Geometry: Calculating Perimeters (1 of 4)

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Calculate and write the perimeter for each of the shapes below. (Do not measure)


2 by 3 mm rectangle

perimeter = 10  mm

10 by 4 mm rectangle

perimeter = 28  mm

6 by 7 m rectangle

perimeter = 26 m

3 m square

perimeter = 12 m

4 by 1 cm rectangle

perimeter = 10  cm

26 by 10 m rectangle

perimeter = 72  cm

Perimeter Worksheet No: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4

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