A rectangle has a perimeter of 28 inches. The length of one pair of sides is 8 inches per side. What is the length of each of the other sides? Six in.
no No. You need to know the length of a rectangle's sides in order to calculate the perimeter.
Perimeter = 2*(Length + Width) = 2*(16 + 12) = 2*28 = 56 inches
A parallelogram is a "sat-on" rectangle; opposite sides are equal in length → perimeter = 7 + 11 + 7 + 11 inches = 36 inches.
area = base X height if rectangle is 4 inches by 8 inches it the area would be 32 inches perimeter = sum of the length of the 4 sides...so in the rectangle above you have 2 sides at 4 inches and 2 sides at 8 so the total of those 4 sides will be 24 inches
Perimeter is Length + width x 2 or Length + length + width + width. This is perimeter for any shape including a rectangle. Perimeter of a rectangle is all sides added together for a rectangle.
Perimeter = distance around all 4 sides = 12 + 5 + 12 + 5 = 34 inches.
If that's a rectangle, the perimeter is 24 inches and the area is 27 square inches.
The perimeter is 11 + 5 + 13 = 29 inches.
The perimeter of any 2D shape is the sum of all of the individual sides. For example: the perimeter of a rectangle is = length of rectangle (top) + length of rectangle (bottom) + height of rectangle (Left) + height of rectangle (Right)
Perimeter:20 inches Area:35