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If the figure is a polygon ... with sides made of straight line segments ... then the

perimeter is the sum of the lengths of all the sides.

If part or all of the figure's boundary consists of curves, the perimeter is still the distance

all around the figure, but you may need special formulas to find the lengths of the curved


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