What's the perimeter of a triangle with sides of 6, 8, and 10 inches?

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The perimeter of a triangle with sides of 6, 8 and 10 inches is 24 inches. The formula to find the perimeter of a triangle is a+b+c=P where a,b and c are the sides and P is the perimeter.
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24 inches.
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24 inches you add them up!
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That's easy, sweetheart---you can do that! To get the perimeter, you just add up all of the sides.
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Here, The given sides of the triangle are 6,8 and 9. We have, Perimeter of a triangle=sum of all the sides =6+8+9 =23 Now, We know that half the perimeter is called semi perimeter
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24 inches ...
To my knowledge the perimeter of a triangle whose sides measure 6,8,10 inches would be twenty inches. Perimeter is the total distance around a shape or object. ...
The formula for the perimeter of a triangle is: P = x + y + z. For example, suppose you had a triangle with sides of 6, 8, and 9. The perimeter would be: 6 + 8 ...
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