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Each side of the dog pen will be 3 yards. There are four sides. Therefore, the perimeter will be 3 x 4 = 12 yards.

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Since you state that it is a square, take the square root of the area to get the length of one side - this will be in feet. Then multiply that by 4 to get the perimeter.

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2m x 2m = 4 square meters = 4.784 square yards.At $12 per square yard, that's $57.41 plus pad, installation, and tax.But it's doubtful that they would cut off 0.784 of a square yard for you.You'd probably have to buy 5 square yards, and then discard the leftover0.216 square yard after you finish cutting everything to fit the room. Eitherthat, or use it for a bed-pad for your small dog.

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The area would be in the form of a circle. Formula for finding area of a circle is A = Pi x R-squared. The length of the leash (3 yds = 9 ft) is the Radius and Pi is 3.1416. Hence, A = 3.1416 x 9-squared = 3.1416 x 81 = 254.4696 sq ft of area that the dogwill have.

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it is in the violet square in the park you:go to the square and you go in it and get the dog.there you go. so be happy. and btw who would ask this question?i am not the guy but i don't see it

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