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The distance around a two-dimensional shape. Example: the

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the outside edge of an area or surface. : the total length of the lines that form a
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From Latin,

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In mathematics, the

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the continuous line forming the boundary of a closed geom...

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a. A closed line bounding a plane area. b. The length of such a line. 2. The outer limits of an area. See Synonyms at circumference. 3. A defended boundary ...

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pe·rim·e·ter

[puh-rim-i-ter]

NOUN

1.

the border or outer boundary of a two-dimensional figure.

2.

the length of such a boundary.

3.

a line bounding or marking off an area.

4.

the outermost limits.

5.

Military. a fortified boundary that protects a troop position.

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