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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measure the sides then ad them together.
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The perimeter of a shape is the border or outer boundary of a twodimensional
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By perimeter im guessing you want to find out the circumference; to do this the equation i simply this: Pi times the diameter. So for the first one the radius is 7cm so you need to
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