The perimeter (measured in cm) is the length around so you would just add 144 + 162 + 144 + 162. The area (measured in sq. cm) is how much the surface covers. It is just multiplying 144 x 162.
Area = side x side; perimeter = side x 4.
Not at all. For example:A square of 2 x 2 will have a perimeter of 8, and an area of 4. A rectangle of 3 x 1 will also have a perimeter of 8, and an area of 3.A "rectangle" of 4 x 0 will also have a perimeter of 8, but the area has shrunk down to zero. The circle has the largest area for a given perimeter/circumference.
No. Consider two rectangles: 1 x 10 and 4 x 5 The 1 x 10 has a perimeter of 22 and an area of 10 The 4 x 5 has a perimeter of 18 and an area of 20 Smaller perimeter, twice the area.
A 3 x 3 square has perimeter 12 and area 9 A 6 x 6 square has perimeter 24 and area 36 Double the dimensions, double the perimeter, quadruple the area. Mathematically, a square with side x has a perimeter of 4x and an area of x2 Doubled, a square with side 2x has a perimeter of 8x and an area of 4x2
You get the largest area with a circle. Divide the perimeter by (2 x pi), then calculate the area with the formula pi x radius2.You get the largest area with a circle. Divide the perimeter by (2 x pi), then calculate the area with the formula pi x radius2.You get the largest area with a circle. Divide the perimeter by (2 x pi), then calculate the area with the formula pi x radius2.You get the largest area with a circle. Divide the perimeter by (2 x pi), then calculate the area with the formula pi x radius2.
Area = Legth x Width In a square, Length = Width Therefore Area = Length x Length (or Width x Width) Area = Length squared Length = Square Root of 800 Perimeter = 4 x length Perimeter = 4 x Square Root of 800 Perimeter = 113.14
No.Rectangle 5 x 10. Area = 50. Perimeter = 30.Rectangle 2 x 25. Area = 50. Perimeter = 54.
Area = Base x Height, Perimeter = 2 x (Long side + Short side)
You can't tell the perimeter from knowing the area.There are an infinite number of rectangles with different dimensions that all have the same area.Here are a few examples.1 x 176 . . . perimeter = 3542 x 88 . . . perimeter = 1804 x 44 . . . perimeter = 968 x 22 . . . perimeter = 6016 x 11 . . . perimeter = 5413.266 x 13.266 . . . perimeter = 53.066All of these have an area of 176, but they all have different perimeters.The last one on the list is a square. That's the rectangle with the shortest possible perimeterthat has the area you want.The perimeter of this square is 53.066. You can make a rectangle with any perimetermore than that, and an area of 176.
enter-net ______________ It depends on the shape of the area you are referring to. 1) For a square with side "a", the area is (a squared) and the perimeter is 4 x a 2) For a rectangle with sides "a" and "b", the area is a x b and the perimeter is 2 x (a + b) 3) For a circle with radius "a", the area is pi x (a squared) and the perimeter (for a circle it is the circumference) is 2 x pi x r
The perimeter and area don't depend on each other. Knowing one doesn't tell you the other. -- A circle with perimeter (circumference) of 20 cm has area of 31.83 cm2. -- A square with perimeter of 20 cm has area of 25 cm2 . -- A (9 x 1) rectangle has perimeter of 20 cm and area of 9 cm2 . -- A (8 x 2) rectangle has perimeter of 20 cm and area of 16 cm2 . -- A (7 x 3) rectangle has perimeter of 20 cm and area of 21 cm2 . -- A (6 x 4) rectangle has perimeter of 20 cm and area of 24 cm2 .
A rectangle cannot really have the same area and perimeter because an area is a 2-dimensional concept while a perimeter is 1-dimensional.However, you can have rectangles such that the numericalvalue of their area and perimeter are the same.Take any number x > 2 and let y = 2x/(x-2)Then a rectangle with sides of x and y has an area and perimeter whose value is 2x2/(x-2)
If the length and the breadth of a rectangle are x and y units, then the perimeter is 2*(x+y) units, and the area is x*y square units.
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With great difficultly. The area could be any value greater than 0 units2 and less than or equal to the area of a square with the given perimeter which would be 1/16 x perimeter2 units2. To know which of the possible areas you would need to know the length of one side, then you can work out the area: perimeter = 2 x (length + width) ⇒ width = (1/2 x perimeter) - length ⇒ area = length x width = length x ((1/2 x perimeter) - length) = (1/2 x perimeter x length) - length2
Perimeter = 2 lengths + 2 widths 1/2 perimeter = length + width Length = 1/2 perimeter - width Area = length x width That's (1/2 perimeter - width) x (width) .
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perimeter 182 ft. area 1960 square ft.
how do you find the area of a rectangle witha perimeter of 36 in You don't. You need more information For example a 1 x 17 rectangle has a perimeter of 36 and its area is 17. But a 2 x 16 rectangle also has a perimeter of 36 and its area is 32.
You can't tell. The area doesn't tell the dimensions or perimeter.If the rectangle's area is 32 square inches, here are ten different perimeters that it could have.ALL of these have 32 square inches of area, and there are many, many more:0.8 x 40 . . . . . . Perimeter = 81.6 inches1 x 32 . . . . . . . Perimeter = 66 inches1.25 x 25.6 . . . Perimeter = 53.7 inches1.6 x 20 . . . . . . Perimeter = 43.2 inches2 x 16 . . . . . . . Perimeter = 36 inches2.5 x 12.8 . . . . Perimeter = 30.6 inches3.2 x 10 . . . . . Perimeter = 26.4 inches4 x 8 . . . . . . . Perimeter = 24 inches5 x 6.4 . . . . . Perimeter = 22.8 inches51/3 x 6 . . . . Perimeter = 222/3 inches
That depends on the dimensions !... A 1 x 18 rectangle has a perimeter of 38 ! A 2 x 9 rectangle has a perimeter of 22 ! A 3 x 6 rectangle has a perimeter of 18 !
Perimeter = diameter x pi. Area = pi x radius2. (The radius is half the diameter.)
The smallest possible perimeter is 20-ft, but there is no largest possible perimeter.You can make it as large as you want, with no limit.Examples:5-ft x 5-ft . . . . area = 25 ft2 . . . perimeter = 20 ft2.5-ft x 10-ft . . area = 25 ft2 . . . perimeter = 25 ft1-ft x 25-ft . . . area = 25 ft2 . . . Perimeter = 52 ft6-in x 50-ft . . . area = 25 ft2 . . . Perimeter = 101 ft3-in x 100-ft . . area = 25 ft2 . . . perimeter = 2001/2 ft1-in x 300-ft . . area = 25 ft2 . . . perimeter = 6001/6 ft0.1-in x 3,000-ft . . area = 25 ft2 . . . perimeter = 6,0001/60 ft
Area is the total space within a shape or region. Perimeter is the length along the outside edge (circumference for a closed curve).Different shapes have different formulas.Examples:For a square:Area = (side)2Perimeter = 4 x (side)For a circle:Area = (pi)x (radius)2Perimeter = (2 pi) x (radius)For a rectangle:Area = (length) x (width)Perimeter = (2 x length) + (2 x width)As you can see, you really have to know which shape you're talking about,and then pick the right formulas for it.
Consider a square with sides of length x cm whose area is x2 cm and perimeter is 4x cm. Next consider a rectangle with sides of 2x cm and x/2 cm. It area is 2x*x/2 = x2, the same as for the square. But its perimeter is 2*(2x+x/2) = 5x > perimeter of the square. Perimeter of 3x * x/3 = 62/3x cm. Perimeter of 100x * x/100 = 200.02x cm Perimeter of 1000000x * x/1000000 = 2000000.000002x cm. As you can see, it is possible to increase the perimeter without limit.