The perimeter is the sum of the sides. So if a square has a side of length 1, its perimeter is 1+1+1=1 = 4 If a square has a side doubled to length 2, its perimeter is 2+2+2+2 = 8, or double what it was before. Mathematically, if each side is length x it perimeter is x + x + x = X = 4x If each side is length 2x, its perimeter is 2x +2x+2x+2x = 8x
No, if it is a square then to have an area of four, each side must be 2 units. Then, the perimeter would be 8. (2+2+2+2)
If the perimeter of a square garden is 10 km. Then each side will 10/4, since perimeter of a square is P = 4*s. So each side will be 2.5 km in length.The area of the square garden will be (side)2 . So the area of the garden will be (2.5 km)2 or 6.25 km2
no Actually, yes. The four sides can be labeled A, B, C, D. Doubling each side gives 2A, 2B, 2C, and 2D. Factoring out the two gives the expression 2*(A+B+C+D). We recognize (A+B+C+D) as the perimeter of the square. 2*(the perimeter of the square) is twice the perimeter of the square.
The perimeter of any rectangle is [ 2 x (length + width) ]. Since the length and width of a square are equal, the perimeter of a square is also [ 2 x (side + side) ] = (4 x side).
if it is a 2 inch square and the side lengths are doubled the side lengths would be 4. therefore 4+4+4+4=16 so the perimeter is 16inches squared.
The total perimeter can be found by adding the two known sides together - then multiplying by 2 !
500. Half a meter on each side.
Area = (side)2 = 16 square centimeters Perimeter = 4 x side = 16 centimeters