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no add the sides of the area

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Why do you find the area of all the sides then multiply it by two to find surface area?

because you do

What is the different between the perimeter and the area of a polygon?

Area you multiply 2 sides and perimeter you add all the sides together.

Do you times all the sides in area?

If you are calculating the area of a rectangle, it is length times width. You are not multiplying all the sides, because there are four sides. You only need to multiply two of them.

What is the area of a square if one side is two and a half feet?

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Do you multiply all of the sides to find area?

No. But the exact formula depends on the shape that you are talking about.

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What are the formulas for area and perimeter?

to find the perimeter you must add all sides. and to find area you have to multiply lenght and width

How do you calculate the perimeter and area of a shape?

Perimeter: add all sides area: multiply length times width for rectangles

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What is the area of a square with 5cm sides?

20cm daftie!! ^No, 25cm² actually. All you do is multiply 5 by 5.

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