6th math
posted by Melissa .
Find perimeters , use formula;
p=(2 x l)+(2 x w)
5m by 650cm

Change m to cm (or the other way around) and plug into the formula.

change the width to meters, 6.5m
P=2l + 2w
= 2*5m + 2*6.5m
= 10m + you finish it. 
First, we need to change the cm to m.
Since there are 100 cm in a meter, then 650 cm = 6.5 m.
P = (2 * 6.5) + (2 * 5)
p = ??
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