These two plane figures do not have a common perimeter.
As the opposite sides of a rectangle are of equal length then only the measurements of two adjacent sides are needed to calculate the perimeter. (Perimeter = 2A + 2B, where A and B are the lengths of adjacent sides)
However, a trapezium does not necessarily have any of its sides of equal length and therefore all four sides have to be measured to determine the perimeter.
Yes A rectangle is a type of trapezium.
yes u can calculate the perimeter of a trapezium
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A trapezium is any rectilinear quadrilateral plane figure that is not a parallelogram. So technically, a rectangle IS a trapezium. But a trapezium is not necessarily a rectangle. Hope that answers your question!
what is the perimeter of the rectangle
The perimeter of a trapezium is the summation of all its sides. So, if a, b, c and d were the sides of the trapezium, then the perimeter would be a plus b plus c plus d.
Yes a rectangle is a trepezium
A trapezium has one pair of parallel sides. A rectangle has two pairs.
The perimeter of a rectanble is the length of all it's sides. So it depends on the size of the rectangle, it could be millimetres or miles long or wide.
A trapezium is a rectangle with its top line shorter then the bottom one.