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Q: How is volume different from perimeter and area?

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Perimeter is the distance around an object and area is the amount of space/volume in an object (square,rectangle,triangle)

the perimeter of the value is that the area and volume are perpendicular to each other

perimeter is all the sides added, area is the base times the height, and volume is on a prism u multiply the three different measurements

Area is a 2-dimensional measure. Perimeter is 1-dimensional and volume is 3-dimensional.

Neither. -- Perimeter = the distance all the way around it. -- Area = how much of the floor it covers. -- Volume = how much water it can hold.

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Area is when you multiply the Base and height Perimeter Is when u add up all the sides Area is the total square feet or square inches of a space (think volume) It is found by multiplying the length by the width of the space. Perimeter is the linear measurement of the distance around the area.

Perimeter is a length, not an area or volume...

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The perimeter is the outside of a shape and the area is the inside of it

There is no perimeter of a circle. Only flat shapes have perimeters. You can however, find the circumference, surface area, and volume.

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

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