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Since by definition, a rectangle has two pairs of equal length sides, (2 * 7) + (2 * 45) will get the perimeter: 104.

Q: What is the perimeter of a 7 x 45 rectangle?

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width = (x + 4) cm length = [(x + 4) + (x + 7)] cm Rectangle Perimeter = 2[(x + 4) + (x + 4 + x + 7)] cm Rectangle Perimeter = 2[(x + x + x) + (4 + 4 + 7)] cm Rectangle Perimeter = 2(3x + 15) cm Rectangle Perimeter = (6x + 30) cm

The perimeter is the distance around, the sum of the sides. A 5 x 7 or a 4 x 8 rectangle has a perimeter of 24.

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A rectangle 10.5 x 3 will have a perimeter of 27 in.

It is a 3 x 15 rectangle !

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Perimeter of rectangle: 2*(7+6) = 26 m

width = (x + 4) cm length = [(x + 4) + (x + 7)] cm Rectangle Perimeter = 2[(x + 4) + (x + 4 + x + 7)] cm Rectangle Perimeter = 2[(x + x + x) + (4 + 4 + 7)] cm Rectangle Perimeter = 2(3x + 15) cm Rectangle Perimeter = (6x + 30) cm

The perimeter is the distance around, the sum of the sides. A 5 x 7 or a 4 x 8 rectangle has a perimeter of 24.

56

A rectangle 10.5 x 3 will have a perimeter of 27 in.

It is a 3 x 15 rectangle !

That depends on the dimensions !... A 1 x 18 rectangle has a perimeter of 38 ! A 2 x 9 rectangle has a perimeter of 22 ! A 3 x 6 rectangle has a perimeter of 18 !

what is the perimeter of a 11cm x 10cm rectangle answer 42

Assuming the object is a rectangle, the perimeter is (2 x 7cm) + (2 x 10 cm) = 34cm

To calculate the perimeter of any rectangle, just use the basic definition of perimeter: in this case, you just add the lengths of the four sides.

To find the perimeter we add all the sides together: 6+6+7+7=26m

Perimeter =7+7+10+10 = 34 cm