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Perimeter of rectangle

Area of Rectangle Perimeter of Rectangle Diagonals of Rectangle Difference & Similarity between Square & Rectangle

Before you read this article you must know,
What is Perimeter

Perimeter of Rectangle is to sum of length of all its four sides
And we know that in rectangle opposite sides are equal, so we get;

Perimeter of Rectangle = Length + Length + Breadth + Breadth
P = 2 Length + 2 Breadth
P = 2 (Length + Breadth)
P = 2 (L + B)

Example 1 - In the following Rectangle ABCD;



Perimeter of Rectangle ABCD = 2 (L + B)
P = 2 (10 + 3)
P = 2 * 13
P = 26 cm



Example 2 - In the following Rectangle PQRS



Perimeter of Rectangle PQRS = 2 (L + B)
P = 2 (15 + 2)
P = 2 * 17
P = 34 cm

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