Measurement. Chapter 8. Outcomes. D1: solve indirect measurement problems, using proportions D2: solve measurement problems, using appropriate SI units D3: estimate areas of circles D4: develop and use the formula for the area of a circle
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hecto .01decimal point moves to the right
Basic Unit (m, l, g) 1
decimal point moves to the left milli 1000
Find the perimeter of the rectangle with side lengths of 4m and 2m.
The perimeter would be 2m + 4m + 2m + 4m = 12m
The area of this rectangle can be found by using the equation A = l x w
Therefore A = 4m x 2m
A = ½ b x h
Area = ½ (4cm)(8cm) = 16cm2