# McGraw Hill Math Grade 8 Lesson 15.4 Answer Key Perimeter with Customary Units

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## McGraw-Hill Math Grade 8 Answer Key Lesson 15.4 Perimeter with Customary Units

Exercises

CALCULATE

Question 1.
What is the perimeter of the figure shown?

20 in.,

Explanation:
The perimeter of the figure shown with sides is
4 in, 6 in, 4 in, 6 in is 4 in + 6 in + 4 in + 6 in = 20 in.

Question 2.
What is the perimeter of the figure shown?

26 in.,

Explanation:
The perimeter of the figure shown with sides is
7 in, 4 in, 6 in, 5 in, 4in is 7 in + 4 in + 6 in + 5 in + 4 in = 26 in.

Question 3.
What is the perimeter of the triangle?

108 in.,

Explanation:
The perimeter of the figure shown with sides is
27 in, 36 in and 45 in is 27 in + 36 in + 45 in = 108 in.

Question 4.
What is the perimeter of the figure shown?

44 in.,

Explanation:
The perimeter of the figure shown with sides is
12 in, 12 in, 10 in, 10 in is 12 in + 12 in + 10 in + 10 in = 44 in.

Question 5.
What is the perimeter of the figure shown?

17 in.,

Explanation:
The perimeter of the figure shown with sides is
4 in, 6 in, 4 in, 3 in is 4 in + 6 in + 4 in + 3 in = 17 in.

Question 6.
What is the perimeter of the figure shown?

36 ft,

Explanation:
The perimeter of the figure shown with sides is
four time 5 ft, 2 ft and 2 ft is 4 X (5 ft + 2 ft + 2 ft) = 4 X 9 ft = 36 ft.

Question 7.
Jane created the odd-shaped wheel pictured in the figure. If she were to push the wheel 3 times around, how far would she have pushed the wheel?