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Q: Write an algorithm and draw flowchart to calculate the perimeter of a square?

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creat a flowchart that will compute for the area and perimeter of a square?

If you mean, the perimeter, P(square)=4s P=4x2.750m P=11.000m

the circumference of a square would be the perimeter. you find the perimeter of a square by finding length(2)xheight(2). * * * * * Except that it is easier to calculate for a square since the length is the same as the height and so the answer is length*4

multiply by 2.75m by 4

No, you can not calculate an area if you know just the perimeter. For example, rectangle with sides of 10 and 20 would have a perimeter of 60 and an area of 200, but a square of sides 15 would have a perimeter of 60 and an area of 225. You need to know more details about the shape than just the perimeter.

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creat a flowchart that will compute for the area and perimeter of a square?

Perimeter = 4 times the square root of the area.

You can solve this in two steps. 1) Calculate the length of a side of the square, based on the area. 2) Once you have the length of the side, you can calculate the perimeter.

What you have to do is to Squarerootthe Perimeter then multiply the answer by 4For example if the area is 256 , and Perimeter is ?solution=Perimeter is 64Answered by Faustin,Obedi

If you mean, the perimeter, P(square)=4s P=4x2.750m P=11.000m

Add up the lengths of all the sides.

In order to walk the perimeter of a square, an ant has to walk the length of a side four times. Consequently, in order to calculate the perimeter of a square, you must count the length of any side four times.

The perimeter of a square is four times the length of any side. The area is the length of a side multiplied by itself (which is to say, squared).

Perimeter= side×4,one side = square root of area which is 3, therefore perimeter=3×4=12

the circular square shape is the terminator of a flowchart

Divide the perimeter by 4, to get the length of one side. From there, you can easily calculate the area.

For a square, the area is always 1/4 of the perimeter squared. Or one side squared.

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