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# Find the perimeter of a square with sides that measure (2/3)g centimeters.

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Answer from: graymonky12

Perimeter of a SQUARE

4 x s

4 x 2.3 = 9.2 cm

Hence the perimeter of the square is 9.2cm

Answer from: zachzach28280

Hello There!!

Step-by-step explanation:

Perimeter=>Add all the sides around the shape(outside).

A square has four sides so 2.3Ã—4=9.2cm(don't forget the units).

hope this helps,have a great day!!

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