You add for perimeter...
You have to add up all the lengths for all the sides. Or you could multiply one side by four.
you just take the length of it's midsegment and multiply it by its height to find area. to find it's perimeter, just add the measures of it's sides
for perimeter add up the lengths of the six sides and for area divide the hexagon into six equilateral triangle, find the area of one, and multiply the product by six
The perimeter is the sum of the sides of a polygon. So, to find the perimeter of a pentagon, you need only to add up the 5 side lengths. In the event the pentagon is regular (all equal sides and angles) then you can multiply the measure of the side by 5 to get the perimeter.
Yes, for the perimeter of a polygon, you add up all the sides.
Multiply for the area, add for the perimeter.
The perimeter is the length around something, add all sides together to get the length of the perimeter.
Perimeter is most often found by adding.
You have to multiply to find area you have to add to find perimiter
To find the perimeter you add and to find the area we multiply.
You add the lengths of all sides of the shape.
you multiply the length by two then you multiply the width by two and then add the two answers 2l+2w
to find the perimeter you must add all sides. and to find area you have to multiply lenght and width
Area you multiply 2 sides and perimeter you add all the sides together.
Perimeter: add all sides area: multiply length times width for rectangles
for area you multiply length times width and for perimeter you add all of the sides together
Perimeter = 2 x (length+width). You add the length to the width and multiply the sum by two.