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what is perimeter?

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    how to find perimeter of a region |dw:1442860135290:dw|

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    |dw:1442860162672:dw|

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    I need find perimeter of the part i point at

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    then find it

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    how

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    @perl

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    The perimeter is defined as the distance around an object. For example, if measuring the perimeter of a football field, you would measure the entire edge of the field. If measuring a more unusually shaped object, you would need to be careful to measure and add together the length of each individual side to ensure you have the length of the entire distance around the shape.

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    how to find perimeter of that small region is what i haveing toruble with.

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    |dw:1442860475928:dw|

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    just measure the distance or areas around the circle

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    huh

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    just measure the area around the circle nd you will fine premieter

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    how

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