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How to Work Out the Perimeter of Shapes?

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To work out the perimeter of shapes, you will have to get the total distance around the shape and this can be done by adding the lengths of the straight lines. The perimeter of a shape is the distance around its boundary or edges.
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1. Measure the length of each side of a shape. For example, a parallelogram may have sides of 3 inches, 3 inches, 5 inches and 5 inches. 2. Add the sides together. In the example,
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you add up the distance of all the sides.
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1 percent of 100 would be 1. To get a percentage of a number you would multiple the number by the percent. 3 percent of 58 would be figured as 58 x .03 = 1.74 percent. Another example
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It can be proved using Isoperimetric Inequality. https://en.wikipedia.org/. wiki/Is.
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