What is a rectangle were the area is 10 and the perimeter
For a square geometry, the perimeter is four times the side. Accordingly the perimeter equals 40 cm.
Perimeter = 40cm. Area = 100cm2
The perimeter is 20*sqrt(2) cm = 28.2843 cm
40cm (4 x 10 = 40)
A "square" is a figure that has four sides of equal length. To get its perimeter, you multiply any of the four sides by 4. If you mean a "quadrilateral" that has the stated sides, just add the sides together.
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10cm is a length. You can only find perimeter (length all the way round) if there is a shape!
The perimeter of 100 square in cm is 40cm. Each side is 10cm, you get 40 when you add the four sides.
40 cm (10cm x 4 sides = 40cm)