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## Question:

Find the perimeter of the figure to the nearest hundredth.

## Answer:

Given figure is **composite **figure, having **semicircle **and **3 **sides of **quadrilateral **as perimeter. Thus the **perimeter **of the given figure is **50.29 **inches (to the nearest hundredth).

**What is perimeter of plane?**

The measure of the **boundary **of a plane or shape is called its **perimeter**. Perimeter of a plane or shape is the **sum **of all the **sides**.

**Given information-**

In the given **figure **the given object is made by the a **quadrilateral **and a semicircle.

To find the total **perimeter **of this composite plane we need to find the perimeter of quadrilateral and a **semicircle, **desperately and then add them. Thus,

The **perimeter **of a **quadrilateral **is the sum of its all the sides.The three sides of the quadrilateral is seen as the **boundary **of the given object. Thus **perimeter **of the **upper **block of plane is

Hence, the **perimeter **of the upper block is **22 **inches.

Not the **perimeter **of the **semicircle **is pi times **radius **of semicircle. Thus,

Hence, the **perimeter **of the semicircle is **28.286 **inches.

Thus the total **perimeter **of the given figure is,

Hence the **perimeter **of the given figure is **50.29 **inches (to the nearest hundredth).

Learn more about the **perimeter **of **plane **here;

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