Maps, and Graph Paper.
Ex: Find coordinates -2Y and +5X on your graph paper.
i dont know the anwser
I think if it were to be a triangle that it would be six on each
It depends on the font - the exact shape of the letter. If you can draw the letter on graph paper, that might help.
You can print free graph paper if you have a printer. You can find the free graph paper templates available online at the Print Free Graph Paper website.
The question is perhaps a bit confusing, because normally when we use the terms length and width in describing rectangles, the length refers to the longer dimension, and the width to the shorter. Because the question is worded so as to depart from that convention, it is reasonable to revert to the graph paper convention of making widths horizontal (along rows) and lengths vertical (along columns), even if the length is shorter than the width. So that means the answer is to draw along the perimeter of a group of 10 consecutive boxes in a single row on the graph paper.
I have never heard anyone call it 'graph paper' and since it doesn't already have a graph on it, the proper term would be 'graphing paper.'
One can print free graph paper, by downloading graph paper files from the internet and then printing them. That will cost nothing, except for some paper and ink.
A shape on a piece of paper has a perimeter. A pair of numbers doesn't have a perimeter.
Graph papers come in very many different grid sizes.
Once can find printable graph paper from a variety of different sites. These include some great free sites such as Print Free Graph Paper, and Printable Paper.