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Q: What is the perimeter of 16184 square metres?

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The perimeter is 44 metres.

It is 64 square metres

The perimeter of a square with sides of 4.5m is 4*4.5m = 18 metres.

The smallest perimeter possible is if the shape is a circle of radius 1.32 metres (approx). This gives a perimeter of 8.313 metres. If the shape is a rectangle, it will have minimum perimeter when it is a square with sides of 2.34 metres, giving a perimeter of 9.381 metres. But it cound be a rectangle with width 0.001 metres and length of 5500 metres giving a perimeter of just over 11 KILOmetres. The perimeter can be increased without limit.

The area of a square that has a perimeter of 40 meters is: 100 m2

If 23 of the area of the square is 54 then the area of the whole square is 54/23 = 2.3478 square metres. The sides are, therefore, 1.5323 metres and so the perimeter is 6.1290 metres.

Perimeter of square = 4*side length = 4*2.4m = 9.6 metres

You must have meant "an area of 0.25m2"In that case the sides of the square would be 0.5 metres and its perimeter would be 2.0 metres.

The perimeter = 4 * side = 4 * 7.5 = 30 metres

Perimeter of park: p+p+p+p or 4p metres

A rectangle 8 metres x 3 metres has a perimeter (distance around) of 22 metres. It has an AREA of 24 square metres.

6.4 metres !

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The perimeter of a square is 4 times the length of a side. So, 32 = 4*L => L = 8 metres. The area of the square is 8m*8m or 64 sq metres.

The area of a square that has a perimeter of 32 meters is: 64 m2Suppose side of square = x metres.Then perimeter = 4x metres = 32 metreswhich means x = 8 metres.So area = 8*8 = 64 sq metres.

Each side of the square would be 200 metres.

Assuming it is a square, with each side measuring 7.5 metres. Therefore, the perimeter will be 7.5 x 4 = 30 metres.

It depends on the shape. The shape with the smallest perimeter is a circle whose radius is 20.72 metres, giving it a circumference of 130.20 metres. The perimeter can be increased, without increasing the area by flattening out the circle. The smallest square would be one with sides of 36.73 metres (to 2 dp), and hence a perimetre of 146.91 metres. But the perimeter can take any larger value.

If the figure is a square or rhombus (and why should that be?) the perimeter would be 20 cm = 0.2 metres

The answer is 320 square metres

4*18 = 72 metres

If the length of the sides is x metres then area = x2 ie x2 = 10000 so that x = 100 metres Then perimeter = 4*x = 400 metres.

multiply by 2.75m by 4

the sides are 8m so yah!:) :D :P ;) :<) The perimeter is 4xlength of side = 32 metres.

The Perimeter would be 16 Metres!