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-- Perimeter = the distance all the way around it.

-- Area = how much of the floor it covers.

-- Volume = how much water it can hold.

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What is the same of perimeter area and volume?

the perimeter of the value is that the area and volume are perpendicular to each other

Difference between area and perimeter and volume?

Area is a 2-dimensional measure. Perimeter is 1-dimensional and volume is 3-dimensional.

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Perimeter is the distance around an object and area is the amount of space/volume in an object (square,rectangle,triangle)

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