Geometry

# What is the perimeter of a square yard?

It depends on the square yard you're talking about. If it is 1 yard by 1 yard, the perimeter will be 4 yard. If it is 1/2 yard by 2 yards, the perimeter will be 5 yards.

If it is 1/4 yard by 4 yards, the perimeter will be 8.5 yards. In general, you will x yards by y yards with xy=1 and 2x+2y =p.

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