Q: What is the perimeter of a room if it is 5 meters x 4 meters?

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16 meters

16m

Perimeter is 2l+2w, so 10+6 is 16 metres

20m (4 sides x 5 = 20).

160 square meters.

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16 meters

16m

Perimeter is 2l+2w, so 10+6 is 16 metres

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4*5 = 20 square meters

The sides of a 25 square meter square would be 5 meters long. 4 sides * 5 meters each = 20 meter perimeter.

The square root of 100 is 10, so the edges of the square are 10 meters in length. As there are 4 edges then the perimeter will measure 10*4 = 40 meters

0.8 meters X 5 = 4 meters

20m (4 sides x 5 = 20).

The perimeter of 4 meters by 5 meters is 18. Is the figure a square? if it is then the answer is 18m squared. The first answer is correct if the shape is a parallelogram; the second is rubbish. A square cannot be 4m by 5 m because one of the defining characteristics of a square is that its sides are the same length! The perimeter is the length (therefore metres, NOT m sq) around the shape. 4m+5m+4m+5m = 18m.

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4*5 = 20 metres2. Simple!