It depends on the shape of the area. It the shape is a square, the perimeter would be 1,022 feet.
you have to have a shape first ex. square the square has a perimeter of 15 ft2 if it was a small sqaure
If shape of the area is a square, then the length of the perimeter is 18,667.619 feet.
No, the area will get smaller, not the perimeter.
A square has the same area and perimeter of 16cm
A square perhaps
Can be any shape It is the edge of something So perimeter of a property can be round or square or irregular
An acre is a unit of area, but its actual shape may vary. It doesn't have to be shaped like a square. The more oblong the shape, the greater the perimeter becomes. If it is a perfect square, however, then its perimeter in feet will be four times the square root of its area in square feet. An acre is equal to 43,560 square feet. The square root of that is 208.71, so the perimeter is 834.84 feet if the acre is square. The minimum value of perimeter for a given area will always occur with a circular shape. Area = Pi x d2/4, perimeter = Pi x d, so for 1 acre perimeter comes to 739.9 ft.
Since square feet is a measure of area and perimeter is measured in length, you can't, without knowing at least part of the perimeter or the shape involved.
This depends on the shape used. For the most efficient quadrilateral parallelogram (the square), this perimeter would be 28 feet. For the most efficient shape of all (the circle), it would be 24.81 feet. For a shape with minimal width, it is infinitely long and would have a perimeter of infinity.
anything imaginary but a real shape would be a square or rectangle.
If the shape is a square, the area is: 64 square feet.
Area is the amount of square units in a 2-D shape, and perimeter is the distance around a shape
There is not a single perimeter associated to a given area. You can have different perimeters, depending on the shape.
No, but I can tell you that an 8 x 8 square has an area of 64 and a perimeter of 32.
There is shape which can have a perimeter of 17 square cm. A perimeter is a linear measure (in 1 dimensional space) whereas a square cm is a measure of area in 2-d space. According to the most basic rules of dimensional analysis, conversion between the two is not valid.and
All shapes have areas that are in square units so there is nothing you need do there. So all you need is a closed shape with a perimeter of 7 units. All shapes have areas that are in square units so there is nothing you need do there. So all you need is a closed shape with a perimeter of 7 units. All shapes have areas that are in square units so there is nothing you need do there. So all you need is a closed shape with a perimeter of 7 units. All shapes have areas that are in square units so there is nothing you need do there. So all you need is a closed shape with a perimeter of 7 units.
Depends on the shape. If the space was 36x1, the perimeter would be 74. If the space was 18x2, the perimeter would be 40, and so on.
A square 4 squares in the middle and 4 lines out so it has to be a square!!! actually a square does not have the same perimeter and area a 4x4 area square has 8 perimeter so no squares do not but i have made a shape that has 32 perimeter and 32 area so it is possible and we don't want to tell you what the shape is. i already gave you too much information with the 32.... << inccorect A 4x4 square does have the same perimeter and area 4x4=16 4+4+4+4=16 But there are also other shapes such as a circle witha diameter of 2 A right angled triangle with sides of 6, and 8 and the hypotenuse being 10 has the same area as perimeter.
the perimeter is 32 - a square is an equal sided shape that has 4 sides- just divide 32/4 and you will get 8 - the length of one side of the square is 8. (:
An area of 7 acres does not specify its shape. It can be a circular, square or in the form of an extremely long and thin strip. The first has the minimum perimeter, the latter can have an infinite perimeter.