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Q: What is the perimeter of a rectangle that is 9 ft long and 4ft wide?

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6 feet

Perimeter = 2*(Length + Width) So 36 = 2*(L+4) => 18=L+4 => L = 14 ft So area = Length * Width = 14*4 = 56 sq ft

Perimeter = 2*(4ft 10in+6ft 4in) = 22ft 4in

First off this would not be a square at all. . . this is more of a rectangle. Perimeter of that figure would be as follows: P=8(4)+10(4)+4(4) I'll leave you to crunch the numbers.

If a square has four sides, each of length four feet, the perimeter of the shape is equal to 4 x 4 = 16 feet.

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The answer will depend on the shape of the figure! If a rectangle, then 22 ft.

6 feet

Perimeter = 2*(Length + Width) So 36 = 2*(L+4) => 18=L+4 => L = 14 ft So area = Length * Width = 14*4 = 56 sq ft

Perimeter = 2*(4ft 10in+6ft 4in) = 22ft 4in

Perimeter=24ft

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First off this would not be a square at all. . . this is more of a rectangle. Perimeter of that figure would be as follows: P=8(4)+10(4)+4(4) I'll leave you to crunch the numbers.

4*pi = 12.56637061 feet

6+4+5+4+6+4+5+4 = 12 + 10 + 16 = 38. 38ft.

It is: 4+5+3 = 12 feet

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