Q: What is the perimeter of a square with 2 inch sides?

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A square with 4-inch sides, an octagon with 2-inch sides, several rectangles...

8!

y=4x

(x,4x).

Yes, because a square is a rectangle. You can have a square where all four sides are 3 units, making the perimeter 12 units. You can then have a rectangle where the sides are 4 and 2 units; 4+4+2+2=12.

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A square with 4-inch sides, an octagon with 2-inch sides, several rectangles...

8!

perimeter is the sum of all side lengths. Since a 9 by 11 has 2 sides 9 inch and 2 sides 11 inch, perimeter is 9+9+11+11 = 40 inches

y=4x

(x,4x).

You times its 2 sides and...viola, you have it.

Yes, because a square is a rectangle. You can have a square where all four sides are 3 units, making the perimeter 12 units. You can then have a rectangle where the sides are 4 and 2 units; 4+4+2+2=12.

The perimeter is the sum of the sides. So if a square has a side of length 1, its perimeter is 1+1+1=1 = 4 If a square has a side doubled to length 2, its perimeter is 2+2+2+2 = 8, or double what it was before. Mathematically, if each side is length x it perimeter is x + x + x = X = 4x If each side is length 2x, its perimeter is 2x +2x+2x+2x = 8x

Wouldnt classify it as anything. I would just say it has a perimeter of 1.904inches and a area of 0.194inches2

Let's consider a 2 inch by 2 inch square. The area is 2x2=4 square inches. The perimeter is 2+2+2+2=8 inches.

It should be 4 Inches Square......!

A square with 2-inch sides has a diagonal of: 2.828 inches.