The perimeter of a field is how far it takes to walk around the edges. The area is how much land it covers. ■
No. Square centimeters refer to an area covered, while just plain centimeters refer to a length (like a line). The perimeter of a shape is linear, so it's referred to just in cm.
It is area, not perimeter!
area 63 and perimeter is 32
Perimeter = 4*Side so that Side = Perimeter/4 Area of a rhombus = Side * Altitude so Altitude = Area/Side = Area/(Perimeter/4) = 4*Area/Perimeter
Area : 44cm² Perimeter : 30cm
In which jobs we use perimeter and area?
The question is not specific enough for a sensible answer. It could refer to the ratio of the area of the shape to its perimeter or depending on its shape, the ratio of the area to the length of one or more of its sides.
It must be a perimeter. An area measurement would a square measurement like 56cm². ■
Since the only number given in the question is a linear measure, it must refer to the perimeter of the rectangle: it cannot refer to its area. So, number of feet of fencing required to enclose a rectangle with a 44 ft perimeter is 44 ft! That is what a perimeter means!