Key Concepts Quiz 1.1
Key Concepts Quiz 1.1
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 1 Find the perimeter of the figure shown. (8.0K)Perimeter of a Figure Worked Example (28.0K) A) 10.2 m B) 13.0 m C) 21.5 m D) 100.2 m 2 A rectangle has a length which is three times its width. Its perimeter is 48 cm. Find its length. Perimeter of a Rectangle Worked Example (26.0K) A) 48 cm B) 24 cm C) 18 cm D) 6 cm 3 Circumference is another word for the perimeter of a A) square. B) rectangle. C) triangle. D) circle.

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Circumference of a Circle Worked Example (24.0K)

 4 Find the circumference of a circle with a radius of 5 cm. A) 15.7 cm B) 31.4 cm C) 78.5 cm D) 157.1 cm 5 Find the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 12 cm. A) 18.8 cm B) 37.7 cm C) 113.1 cm D) 226.2 cm

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