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# How do you find the perimeter of a quadrant?

Updated: 10/10/2023

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Area of a quadrant = 0.5x(side A + opposite side B)x0.5x(side C + opposite side D) Area of a quadrant = 0.5x(side A + opposite side B)x0.5x(side C + opposite side D)

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0.5*3.141593*r + 2*r

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