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Grade 7 - Mathematics
9.1 Perimeter of the Square

Example:
The side of a square ABCD is 14 cm. Find its perimeter.

Solution:
Perimeter of Square (P) = 4s
Where P is perimeter of square and s is the side of the square.
Given that,
s = 14 cm.
P = 4s
P = 4 * 14
P = 56 cm.


Directions: Read the above example carefully and answer the following questions. Also draw 10 different squares and find their perimetres.

Q 1: The side of a square ABCD is (435.25/23.15) cm. Find its perimeter.
75.21 cm
72.21 cm
74.21 cm
70.21 cm

Q 2: The side of a square ABCD is 12.25 cm. Find its perimeter.
49 cm
24 cm
36 cm
60 cm

Q 3: The side of a square ABCD is x cm. Find its perimeter.
4x cm
x/4 cm
(4-x) cm
(4+x) cm

Q 4: Find the side of a square if its perimeter is given by 85 cm.
21.25 cm
22.25 cm
23.25 cm
24.25 cm

Q 5: Find the side of a square if its perimeter is given by 60 cm.
11 cm
15 cm
12 cm
18 cm

Q 6: The side of a square ABCD is 18 cm. Find its perimeter.
72 cm
24 cm
16 cm
54 cm

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