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Q: What is the formula for measuring area within a given perimeter such as a square?

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perimeter is the measure around the figure; area is the measure within the figure formula: perimeter: length+length+width+width=perimeter (for square or rectangle) area: length times width= area ( for square or rectangle)

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Perimeter is measured in Linear Units because it is Measurement of The Outline or Path of a given shape or area; a Perimeter is NOT the Measurement of What is Inside that Outline/Path. It is a One-Dimensional measurement, which MEANS it is a Linear Unit Measurement, such as Feet or Meters.Alternatively, a Two-Dimensional Measurement, is the Square of a Linear Unit -- like AREA is a Two-Dimensional Measurement and therefore Measured in Linear Units Squared (i.e. meters2/Square Meters or feet2/Square Feet). Area is the Measurement of What is Contained within a given Perimeter.

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area is the inside of a shape and the perimeter is the outside of an shape

One thing that area and perimeter have in common are that they both are measurements of a shape while perimeter is the distance around and area is the measurement of space within the object or space.

For a fixed area, the perimeter is minimum for a circle, but has no maximum. Fractal figures (such as Koch snowflake) may have a finite area within an infinite perimeter.

Eccentric circles.

That depends on what type of measuring equipment.

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This question is incomplete. There is no specific given information and/or the desired solution is indeterminate. However, the formula to calculate the area within a square is essentially the same as a rectangle. Area = l x w.

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