There are no square inches in a perimeter. Perimeter is not an area. It's a distance ... the distance
a fly has to walk around the top of the wall in order to return to where it started. Just like any other
distance, you measure it in inches, not square inches.
The perimeter of this box is 60 inches.
A square box has a volume of 64 cubic inches. What's its perimeter?
Bottom = 119 square inches Top = 119 square inches 2 sides = 35 square inches each other 2 sides = 85 square inches each Total = 478 square inches of cardboard to build the box.
The perimeter of the base is 140 inches.
To get the square inches in the box you need to multiply the length times width so a 2 inch by 4 inch box is 2x4= 8 square inches
20" x 20" (400 square inches) = 2,580.64 square centimeters.
A three-dimensional box is measured in cubic inches. A two dimensional square is measured in square inches. For a box, multiply length of the three sides in inches. For a square, muliply the two sides.
22 feet. perimeter is the lenghth of all 4 sides of a square (box).
52 square inches for each layer, minimum with no overlap anywhere.
Your answer would actually be in cubic inches, not square inches. 4x3x4=48 so 48 cubic inches.
The box has three pairs of sides. One pair of sides: 4.5 x 10.5 = 47.25 square inches = 0.328125 square foot each Another pair of sides . . . 4.5 x 23 = 103.5 square inches = 0.71875 square foot each The third pair of sides . . . 10.5 x 23 = 241.5 square inches = 1.677 square foot each So, if you have to paint the box or cover it with carpet, you need to cover 5.448 square feet.