Q: What is the perimeter of a 45m wide and 555 m long building?

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Perimeter = 2*(40m + 5m) = 2*45m = 90m

The lengths of two sides are not enough to determine the perimeter of a triangle: Either the third side or else the angle between the two given sides is also needed. If two of the sides are 10m and 25m, then the third side can be anything between 15m and 35m, and the perimeter can be anything between 45m and 70m.

-45m + 68 = 84m - 61 39m = 7 m = 7/39

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No it is not. 4500 km are equal to 4,500,000 meters.

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It is: 50+45+50+45 = 190m

Perimeter = 2*(40m + 5m) = 2*45m = 90m

Perimeter = 2*(40m + 5m) = 2*45m = 90m

(45 + 55) x 2 ie 200 m

It is 2*(25 + 45) = 2*70 = 140 metres.

If the fence is parallel and extends 10m from each end of the length of the pool, add 20m to the length of the pool to find the length of the fence; find the width of the fence in the same manner. Hence, 50 + 20 = 70m (length of fence); 25 + 20 = 45m (width of fence). 2(L + W) = Perimeter, so 2 x 115m = 230m perimeter

The GCF is 15m.

45m means 45 million so 45,000,000 45000 is 45k

In English football pitches are not all the same size. They have to measure between 90m and 120m long and between 45m and 90m wide. If you mean US football I don't know.

10h 45m

The average non-stop flight from Seoul to Prague is 11h 45m.

The lengths of two sides are not enough to determine the perimeter of a triangle: Either the third side or else the angle between the two given sides is also needed. If two of the sides are 10m and 25m, then the third side can be anything between 15m and 35m, and the perimeter can be anything between 45m and 70m.