Q: What is the perimeter of a field?

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Perimeter = 400 meters.

The perimeter is always the distance around the outside edge (of the field). However this will vary according to the size of the field; it is not a standardised distance.

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346m

The question as asked cannot be answered. If the field were circular, the perimeter would be the least possible. But for a long thin field, the perimeter would be much larger.

5,347,962,110 Miles

The perimeter is 328 m. (Width: 64m length: 100m)

The answer may vary. If you take a square away from the field it will still have the same perimeter. So the Length and Width may vary on how you make the field.

A professional sized pitch is 300m in perimeter two 100m sides by two 50m ends

Since the dimensions of a standard football field are 105 x 68m, and a football field is a rectangle, then 105 + 68 + 105 + 68 = 346, so the perimeter is 346m.

The perimeter is the border or outer boundary around a two dimensional figure and is the length of such a boundary - a field for example, a perimeter fence