Measurement
UK Primary (3-6)
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Shapes and fractions - perimeter

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Consider the square below:

a

If you start at point $A$A and travel clockwise $\frac{1}{2}$12 of the way around the square, where do you end up?

End point $=$= $\editable{}$

b

If you start at point $A$A and travel clockwise $\frac{1}{4}$14 of the way around the square, where do you end up?

End point $=$= $\editable{}$

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