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There are several approximations, but easiest (I think) is shown below: P=pi{3(a+b) - square root of: [(3a+b)(a+3b)]} Where a=major axis (long diameter) and b= minor axis (smaller one)

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There are several approximations, but easiest (I think) is shown below: P=pi{3(a+b) - square root of: [(3a+b)(a+3b)]} Where a=major axis (long diameter) and b= minor axis (smaller one)

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