Q: How Are Linear Dimensions Perimeter and Area Related?

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When all of the linear dimensions are doubled . . .-- the perimeter is also doubled-- the area is multiplied by 22 = 4.

When the linear dimensions of a plane figure are quadrupled, its perimeter is quadrupled, and its area is multiplied by 42 = 16 .

Area is quadrupled (*4) and perimeter is doubled.

A perimeter is a linear measurement. An area is the product of two linear measurements, such as length and width. I cannot imagine what you mean by "perimeter area."

no the area is 16,000,000 the perimeter is 16,000

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When all of the linear dimensions are doubled . . .-- the perimeter is also doubled-- the area is multiplied by 22 = 4.

When linear dimensions are multiplied by 'K', - perimeter is also multiplied by 'K' - area is multiplied by K2 - volume is multiplied by K3

Perimeter is proportional to the linear dimensions, so it increases by 3x .Area is proportional to (linear dimensions)2, so it increases by 9x .

When the linear dimensions of a plane figure are quadrupled, its perimeter is quadrupled, and its area is multiplied by 42 = 16 .

area 63 and perimeter is 32

what are the dimensions of the rectangle with this perimeter and an area of 8000 square meters

The answer depends entirely on how the dimensions change. It is possible to change the dimensions without changing the perimeter. It is also possible to change the dimensions without changing the area. (And it is possible to change the area without changing the perimeter.)

Area is quadrupled (*4) and perimeter is doubled.

A square with an area of two acres is 295.2 feet long on each side, with a perimeter of 1,181 feet.

A perimeter is a linear measurement. An area is the product of two linear measurements, such as length and width. I cannot imagine what you mean by "perimeter area."

no the area is 16,000,000 the perimeter is 16,000

Measure the linear dimensions in cm and then calculate the area using the appropriate formula. or measure the linear dimensions in metres, calculate the area and mutiply by 10000 or measure the linear dimensions in millimetres, calculate the area and divide by 100.