## Can you have the same perimeter but different area?

In this lesson you will learn that rectangles can have the same perimeter but different area by building rectangles and organizing information in a chart.

**Why does area change when perimeter stays the same?**

Since you added 1 inch to two sides, and removed 1 inch from two sides, the perimeter stays the same. By adding 1 inch to the short sides, you added (1 inch) * (long side) to the area. Therefore, a square maximizes area for a given perimeter.

### How do you teach the same perimeter and area?

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**How do you change area to perimeter?**

Perimeter of a RectangleRemember the formula for perimeter and area of a rectangle. The area of a rectangle is a = length * width, while the perimeter is p = (2 * length) + (2 * width)Substitute the known values into the area formula. 36 = 4 * w. Substitute values for length and width into the perimeter formula.

## How do I find the perimeter and area of a rectangle?

To find the perimeter of a rectangle or square you have to add the lengths of all the four sides. x is in this case the length of the rectangle while y is the width of the rectangle. The area is measurement of the surface of a shape.

**Does area increase as perimeter increases?**

Here are a couple: At 4 m per side, perimeter and area intersect. The area increases much faster than the length of the perimeter (you could graph this and discuss linear versus exponential growth). Sides increase by one, perimeters increase by four, and area increases by three, five, seven, then nine!

### What is the relationship between perimeter and area?

The perimeter is the distance around the outside of a shape. Perimeter is measured in units (e.g., cm). The area is the amount of space the inside of the shape takes up. Area is measured in square units (e.g., cm2).

**How does adding rectangles affect the perimeter?**

We can find a a figure’s perimeter by combining its outside dimensions. For example, the perimeter of a rectangle is found by doubling the length, doubling the width, and then adding the two together. In each case, the result is a measure of the size of the figure’s surface.

## What happens to the area of a square when the perimeter is doubled?

SOLUTION: If the perimeter of a SQUARE is doubled, what happens to the area? Question 248503: If the perimeter of a SQUARE is doubled, what happens to the area? Area=(2x)^2=4x^2 the size increases by a factor of 4.

**Does bigger perimeter mean bigger area?**

The perimeter is always bigger except for one (Shape G). The area and perimeter are the same. The same happened if there you have a rectangle that has a length of 6 and a width of 3.

### How many times the perimeter of a square will become if its side is doubled?

thus perimeter of original square would be : a+a+a+a(i.e sum of length of all four side)=4*a(or four times of a). Now ,lets turn to your question. If it’s side gets double; then all of it’s side would be double(since square has all side of equal length).

**Is perimeter and area geometry?**

Perimeter is the distance around the shape. Area is the space inside the shape.

## How do you find the perimeter example?

Add up the lengths of all four sides to find the perimeter. Notice that the perimeter of a rectangle always has two pairs of equal length sides. In the above example you could have also written P = 2(3) + 2(8) = 6 + 16 = 22 cm.

**How do you find the perimeter given the area?**

You can calculate the area of a square by using both the length of one side and its perimeter. Divide the perimeter length by 4 to get the measurement for each side of the square. For example, a square with a perimeter of 20 inches has four sides of five inches each. Multiply the length of one side by another side.

### How do you find the area and the perimeter of a triangle?

Since all the three sides of the triangle are of equal length, we can find the perimeter by multiplying the length of each side by 3. 20 + 20 + 20 = 3 × 20 = 60 cm. Thus, the perimeter of an equilateral triangle is 3 times the length of each side. Area of a two-dimensional shape is the space occupied by the shape.

**What is the perimeter and area of circle?**

As we know, the area of circle is equal to pi times square of its radius, i.e. π x r2. To find the area of circle we have to know the radius or diameter of the circle. For example, if the radius of circle is 7cm, then its area will be: Area of circle with 7 cm radius = πr2 = π(7)2 = 22/7 x 7 x 7 = 22 x 7 = 154 sq.cm.

## How can you find the perimeter of a rectangle?

The perimeter of a rectangle is the total length of all the sides of the rectangle. Hence, we can find the perimeter by adding all four sides of a rectangle. Perimeter of the given rectangle is a + b + a + b.

**How do you find the missing side of a triangle?**

How to find the sides of a right triangleif leg a is the missing side, then transform the equation to the form when a is on one side, and take a square root: a = √(c² – b²)if leg b is unknown, then. b = √(c² – a²)for hypotenuse c missing, the formula is. c = √(a² + b²)

### How do you find the third side of a triangle given two sides?

Just like the Law of Sines, the Law of Cosines works for any triangle, not just right triangles. In particular, the Law of Cosines can be used to find the length of the third side of a triangle when you know the length of two sides and the angle in between. To use the Law of Sines to find a third side: 1.

**What is the missing length of a triangle?**

Finding the missing side of a right triangle is a pretty simple matter if two sides are known. One of the more famous mathematical formulas is a2+b2=c2 a 2 + b 2 = c 2 , which is known as the Pythagorean Theorem.