perimeter of what quadrant?
If you the radius of the circle is r then the perimeter of a quadrant = r*(2 + pi/2).
It is the sum of its 4 sides which is its perimeter.
In a circle of radius, r, perimeter of quadrant = pi*r/2 + 2r = r*(pi/2 + 2)
that would be a squere xD
If you know the perimeter, there is no need to find it again.
Pi / 5 would be in Quadrant I.
Here's how to do that: 1). Find its length. 2). Find its perimeter. 3). Divide (its length) by (its perimeter). The quotient is the ratio of its length to its perimeter.
To find the perimeter you add and to find the area we multiply.
perimeter = circumference
The perimeter of a triangle is the distance around it. Add the lengths of the three sides to find the perimeter.
It is not possible. A quadrant extends infinitely far in two directions and so has no centre.
If A is in quadrant IV, then A/2 is in quadrant II. Yes, the fact than cos(A) is 0.1 means that A is in quadrant I or IV, but it really is not required in order to answer the question. It is superfluous.
If the radius of the circle is r, then the area of the quadrant is 0.25*pi*r^2
what is the perimeter of a pentegon?
Find the distance of each side and add to find the total perimeter.
There is no reason for the perimeter of a triangle to have any relation to the perimeter of an unrelated rectangle!
you can only find the perimeter of shapes, honey, not fractions.
You find perimeter by adding all the sides of a figure.
There is no way to find perimeter from a 3D figure. However, you can find the perimeter of a side of a triangular prism by using perimeter formulas for a parallelogram or triangle.
Quadrant I : (+, +) Quadrant II : (-, +) Quadrant III : (-, -) Quadrant IV : (+, -)
In the first quadrant.
There are many formulas for perimeter depending on what shape you are trying to find the perimeter of. The perimeter is the distance around a shape, so one formula to find perimeter is simply adding all the side lengths together.