This video shows you how to easily find the perimeter of a rectangle or even a square. The perimeter is the total length of the path that surrounds the area of a rectangle or a square (in this case). For a rectangle, the perimeter length is equal to 2L+2W, where L is the length and W is the width. For a square, the perimeter length is equal to 4L, where L is the length or simply one side. e.g.: L=3, W=2 => P(Perimeter) = 10. That's it! Good Luck!
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