What Is The Difference Between The Perimeter And The Area Of A Polygon?


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Aisha Profile
Aisha answered
A polygon refers to a many sided figure. You need to use specific formulas for finding the area and perimeter of a specific polygon. E.g the formula for the area and perimeter of triangle is not same as the formula for area and perimeter of a rectangle. However, the link below will help you in understanding the basic concepts behind the area and perimeter value of a polygon:
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xiao guguai answered
The perimeter is the sum of each side, the area is the inside area  surrounded by the edges.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Find the perimeter of the polygon with vertices at (1,3) , (7,3) ,(7,7) and (4,7)
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Perimeter have 9 unit and area have 4 unit
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Anonymous answered
There are sixty -four kittens in the box. One eighth of the kittens are male. How many of the kittens are male?
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Oddman answered
It is the difference between fencing and carpet (or paint). Perimeter refers to the 1-dimensional length of the edge. (Fence is usually installed around the perimeter of a space.) Area refers to the number of squares of a given size required to cover the 2-dimensional space (carpet squares, for example).
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laura answered
You no I love josue thats the answer of the perimeter the song is like this perimeter perimeter whats your girlfriend I don't know lalalala.

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