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How do you draw a shape that is in square units but has the perimeter of 7?

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All shapes have areas that are in square units so there is nothing you need do there. So all you need is a closed shape with a perimeter of 7 units.



All shapes have areas that are in square units so there is nothing you need do there. So all you need is a closed shape with a perimeter of 7 units.



All shapes have areas that are in square units so there is nothing you need do there. So all you need is a closed shape with a perimeter of 7 units.



All shapes have areas that are in square units so there is nothing you need do there. So all you need is a closed shape with a perimeter of 7 units.
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All shapes have areas that are in square units so there is nothing you need do there. So all you need is a closed shape with a perimeter of 7 units.

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YES From your start point draw a line 5 units up, from this point draw a line 5 units across, from this point draw a line 5 units down, from this point draw a line 5 units back to the start. You have drawn a square with a total perimeter length of 20 units and a area of 25 square units.


Yes. Each side is five units long.


It depends on how long do you draw the shape example you can draw a 6cm square and you draw a 8cm square they are different . So it really depends on how the shape is measured.



You can draw any shape you want with a perimeter of 20. For a square, make each side 5. For a triangle, 62/3 , etc.


The rectangle is in fact a square with 4 equal sides of 5 units in length.


The perimeter and area of a shape do not provide sufficient information. With a given perimeter, the largest area that you can enclose is a circle, but you can then flatten the circle to reduce its area. Similarly, in terms a of quadrilaterals, a square has the largest area, but it can be flexed into a rhombus whose area can be made as small as you like. All that can be said is that there is no shape with a perimeter of 12 units whose area is 12 square units.



To draw a shape with the same area and perimeter, decide what shape you want to draw, then take the equations for area and perimeter and make them equal, and then solve what the various side lengths have to be. For instance, the area of a square is L2 where L is the side length, and the perimeter of a square is Lx4 We want them equal, so L2=Lx4 Dividing both sides by L gives us L=4, so if I draw a square with side length 4, it will have the same area and perimeter.


Yes. Make the length of each side 1/4 of the desired perimeter.


Perimeter is the length of all sides of a shape. So to draw a perimeter that comes to 9 just make sure that when you add up the length of all the sides of whatever shape you make that it adds up to 9 units.


Yes, because each of its 4 sides would measure 5 units in length.


No, but I can tell you that an 8 x 8 square has an area of 64 and a perimeter of 32.


A rectangle with sides of 3 and 4 units will meet the requirements.


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Just draw a square. Squares are rectangles.


The perimeter is the sum of the sides (which on a square are all equal). So the equation is 4s=8, where 's' is the length of one of the sides. Solving for 's', we find that each side of the square is 2 units in length.



A square can be as big as you wish to draw it. And a square would be measured in square units, not linear units.


You could draw a rectangle that is 8 units long and one wide.


By setting my compasses to a width of 6/π units ≈1.91 units before drawing a circle with it.



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