## 13 thoughts on “Perimeter and Area”

1. Felicie says:

The perimeter is the boarder line of the shape.
To find it you need to add all the sides together.
The area of the shape is what is inside of the shape.
To find it you need to Times the length with the width

2. 15266 says:

The videos made me get confused.
-Arthi (Thalia)

3. Reine says:

Area is dimension times dimension.
Perimeter is add the dimensions times two.

4. Akari says:

hi

5. 15323 says:

A okay i got it area is dimension times dimension and perimeter is dimensions times 2

6. 52408 says:

One way to find out the perimeter of a shape is to add the dimensions together, and then multiply that by two. For example, if you have a three by 10 rectangle, you would add three + 10, and then multiply the answer (13) by two. The perimeter of a three by 10 rectangle is 26.
One way to find out the area of a 2D shape is to multiply the two dimensions together. If we were still using the three by 10 rectangle from before, you would multiply the dimensions together, three x 10, which equals 30. The area of the three by 10 rectangle is 30!
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-Bijoux

7. Yuta says:

I think these videos were not confusing and it was really easy to understand. But there was 1 thing that I didn’t understand how they did it in I think it was in video number two but what I didn’t understand was that when you have 1/2 times 8 shape and you were going to find out the area and the perimeter of it I had the most difficult time understanding it but even if I tried to think about what the person was saying it was really really hard.

8. Yuta says:

You could find out what perimeter is by doing,”(Number+Number)XNumber” which means adding the length of the 2 different sides and multiplying it by 2. You could find out the area by multiplying the 2 different lengths of the sides.
The perimeter is how long are all the sides together. The area is how much the inside of the shape is.

9. Aron says:

it was a little bit confusing but I learned a bit.

10. 14061 says:

Before I watched the video, I didn’t know that even though you cut the shape in many pieces, the total area is still the same.

11. Yuyu says:

A perimeter is the boarder line of a shape. To find the perimeter you have to
Length+width+length+width.
An area is the inside on the shape. To find the area you have to
LengthXWidth

12. Wonjoon Lee says:

Hello people this video didn’t get me getting what it’s saying…..
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• jharrington says:

Did you watch them?