# A rectangle has a length of 10 ft. and a width of 6 ft. What's the perimeter?

**Solution:**

The perimeter of rectangle is the total distance of its outer boundary.

It is twice the sum of its length and width and it is calculated with the help of the formula:

Perimeter = 2(length + width).

Given,

Length of the rectangle = 10 ft

Width of the rectangle = 6 ft

Perimeter of a rectangle = 2(a + b)

Where, a = length of the rectangle

b = width of the rectangle

Perimeter = 2(10 + 6)

= 2(16)

= 32

Therefore, the perimeter of the rectangle is 32 ft.

## A rectangle has a length of 10 ft. and a width of 6 ft. What's the perimeter?

**Summary:**

The perimeter of the rectangle with length and width 10ft and 6ft is 32ft.

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