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Fully animated ‘Perimeter of polygons and circle ’ covers the concept using real life examples. This will help you to understand and calculate the perimeter of polygons and circles.

This animation has audio.
Category : Math Perimeter
Type : Animation with sound
Animation Type : Regular
Total animation length: 50 minutes
The animation covers perimeter of :
Rectangle
Square
Parallelogram
Rhombus
Trapezium
Triangle
Circle
and also sections on
Formula
Glossary
Quiz section


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Watch various movie clips related to Area and Perimeter. These are 1) Area and Perimeter 2) Area of Polygon and Circles 3) Perimeter of Polygon and Circles 4) Quiz on Area and Perimeter. Click on the above thumbnails to go to the movie. 

Perimeter is explained through real life examples and situations, the perimeter of polygons and circle is clearly explained through examples. 

An animated glossary is supported by examples for better understanding. 

Quiz or check your understanding is provided after each example section. 

The animation starts by briefly explaining the concept of area and perimeter through an example of a farmer's field. Concept of a polygon, its properties, vertices, edges and body is then explained.
Perimeter section has situations and example for establishing the perimeter of various polygons, these firstly give the properties of each polygon and circle, then introduces an example of calculation followed by a quiz "Check your understanding" section, where each question has a detailed solution and there is no time limit or marking. The polygons covered in perimeters are
 Rectangle
 Square
 Parallelogram
 Rhombus
 Trapezium
 Triangle
 Circle
Glossary explains concepts of line segment, length, width, diagonal, diameter, radius etc. using definitions and examples. Following are covered
 Line Segment
 Angle
 Vertex
 Parallel Lines
 Formula
 Length, Width
 Diagonal
 Pi
 Constant
 Tanscendental Number
 Diameter, Radius
 Square Root
Formula section contains the summary of all the formula pertaining to polygon and circle.








