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# What is the perimeter of 6m in a square?

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The perimeter is four times the length of any of the sides.

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## Related Questions

A square has four sides of equal length. If the total of all four sides is 24m then each side must measure 6m. There area is therefore 6m x 6m which equals 36 square metres.

By definition, the sides of a square MUST be the same. It is not possible to have a square with sides of 12m and 6m.

A square with a side length of 6m has an area of 36m2

In order to find the perimeter of a rectangle, you will need to add the measurements of all 4 sides. For a rectangle that is 7m x 6m, you would have two sides that are 7m and two sides that are 6m. That means the perimeter of the rectangle would be 26m.

1m and 11m 2m and 10m 3m and 9m 4m and 8m 5m and 7m. The next one, 6m and 6m, would be a square.

There is not enough information to answer the question.

a square has a perimeter but a square isnt a perimeter. so no a square isnt a perimeter

Only if they are congruent. One of them could be the a rotation of the other - eg 4m x 6m and 6m x 4m.

The area of a square is a function of the perimeter of the square.

Perimeter is in feet and not in square feet

36 square units. You can't express a perimeter in square units; a perimeter is a length expressed in ordinary units. If the perimeter of this square is 24 units then the answer above is correct.

perimeter of a square is 4x square that term (4x)(4x)and it gives you 16x2

The perimeter of a square is the sum of the four equal sides.

If the area is a square the perimeter is 508.87m.

The formula for the perimeter of a square is P equals 4 times a. 'P' represents the perimeter, and 'a' represents a side of the square.

Perimeter of a square = 4*side. So perimeter of 6x6 square = 4*6 = 24 units.

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