Q: How many ways add up to the perimeter of 32?

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To find the perimeter of a rectangle you simply add up the sides. Easy. because there are 2 sets of identical sides, u can multiply each by 2 and add. 16 x 2 = 32 8 x 2 = 16 and add 32 + 16 to get your answer

It is: 2(32+56) = 176 feet

64 square feet.

48

32 centimeters (a square has four equal sides meaning you can add 8+8+8+8 or multiply 8*4 to get 32

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To find the perimeter of a rectangle you simply add up the sides. Easy. because there are 2 sets of identical sides, u can multiply each by 2 and add. 16 x 2 = 32 8 x 2 = 16 and add 32 + 16 to get your answer

4,720 feet.

It is: 2(32+56) = 176 feet

You can't tell. The area doesn't tell the dimensions or perimeter.If the rectangle's area is 32 square inches, here are ten different perimeters that it could have.ALL of these have 32 square inches of area, and there are many, many more:0.8 x 40 . . . . . . Perimeter = 81.6 inches1 x 32 . . . . . . . Perimeter = 66 inches1.25 x 25.6 . . . Perimeter = 53.7 inches1.6 x 20 . . . . . . Perimeter = 43.2 inches2 x 16 . . . . . . . Perimeter = 36 inches2.5 x 12.8 . . . . Perimeter = 30.6 inches3.2 x 10 . . . . . Perimeter = 26.4 inches4 x 8 . . . . . . . Perimeter = 24 inches5 x 6.4 . . . . . Perimeter = 22.8 inches51/3 x 6 . . . . Perimeter = 222/3 inches

area 63 and perimeter is 32

Perimeter = 2*(10+6) = 2+16 = 32 metres.

A square with a perimeter of 32 inches has an area of 64 square inches.

64 square feet.

32.

48

32 centimeters (a square has four equal sides meaning you can add 8+8+8+8 or multiply 8*4 to get 32

There are 32 ways.