Put the side length where x is, then do the arithmetic.
P = 4x
P = 4(5/7) = 20/7
The perimeter is 20/7 units.
We are told that the expression gives the perimeter of a square with a side length of x units.
To find the perimeter of a square with a side length , we will substitute in our given expression for perimeter of square.
Therefore, the perimeter of square will be units.
The perimeter of the square is given by:
x: square side.
Substituting values we have:
Rewriting the perimeter of the square we have:
Finally, dividing both values:
the perimeter of the square is:
With the equation 4x, the x represents side length. Since we are given side length of 5/7, then the equation becomes
perimeter = 4 × 5/7
p= 2 6/7 units
the perimeter of a square with a side length of x=5/7 is
the perimeter of a square is