What is the perimeter of a triangle


Question: What is the perimeter of a triangle?

The perimeter of a triangle is defined as the sum of all sides of the triangle.

Answer: The sum of all the sides of a triangle.

Let the sides of a triangle be a, b and c respectively.

Explanation:

If the sides of a triangle are a, b, and c then perimeter is defined as the sum of all the sides, that is, a + b + c

Therefore, the perimeter of a triangle is equal to the sum of all sides of a triangle.