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## What is the perimeter of a triangle with vertices located?

Perimeter= 3 + 5 + 4 = 12 To find the perimeter of the triangle, find the lengths of each side of the triangle using the distance formula. Use the distance formula to find the length between point A and B, B and C, C and A. Then add all three lengths together to get the perimeter.

**What is the perimeter of a triangle with vertices (- 1 4?**

The perimeter is approximately 6.4 units.

### How do you find the perimeter of 4 vertices?

Step 1: Find the coordinates of the vertices from the graph. Step 2: Apply the distance formula to find the side lengths of the quadrilateral. Step 3: Add all the side lengths and the sum gives the perimeter of the quadrilateral.

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

The perimeter P of a rectangle is given by the formula, P=2l+2w , where l is the length and w is the width of the rectangle. The area A of a rectangle is given by the formula, A=lw , where l is the length and w is the width.

## How do you find the area and perimeter with coordinates?

Coordinates

- Plot the coordinates. The first number tells the x value while the second number is the y value.
- Connect the dots and identify the figure. The connected points show a square.
- Determine lengths.
- If a formula exists, use it to find the perimeter and the area.

**How do you find perimeter formula?**

The perimeter is equal to the boundary of the rectangle which can be calculated with the formula: Perimeter = Length + Length + Width + Width = 2(Length + Width).

### What is perimeter and area?

They both are entirely different. The area is defined as the amount of space occupied by any two-dimensional shape. Perimeter defines the boundary or outline of a flat shape….Area and Perimeter Formula.

Shape | Area (square units) | Perimeter (units) |
---|---|---|

Rectangle | length × width | 2(length + width) |

Circle | 2πr | πr2 |

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

The relationship between area and perimeter of a square is that perimeter is 4 times the square root of the area. To get the perimeter from the area for a square, multiply the square root of the area times 4 . Perimeter is always measured in linear units, which is derived from the area’s square units.