Mary ran five times along the boundary of a square field. Each side of the field is 22m long. What distance did Mary cover? | cm |

The perimeter of a square garden is 160m. Find the length of one side of the garden. | m |

A square sheet of metal has a perimeter of 4m60cm. Find its length. | mcm |

Find the perimeter of a rectangular hall, 24m long and 13m wide. | m |

A piece of wire is 36cm long. It is bent so as to form a rectangle of width 6cm. Find (a)the length of the rectangle. (b)the total length of wire needed to make 5 such rectangles. | (a)The length of the rectangle is cm. (b)The total length of wire needed=cm |

The length of a rectangle is three times its breadth. Its perimeter is 160cm. Find the length and breadth of the rectangle. | The length of the rectangle=cm. The breadth of the rectangle=cm |

Three rectangles, each 75cm by 25cm, are arranged in such a way so as to form a square. Find the perimeter of the square formed. | The perimeter of the square is cm. |

One side of a square tray is 30cm long. Find its perimeter. | The perimeter of the square is cm |

The sides of a rectangle are 5m, 6m and7m long respectively. Calculate its perimeter. | The perimeter of the rectangle is m. |

A rectangular garden is 15m wide. Its length is twice its width. Find its perimeter. | The perimeter of the rectangle is m. |