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## How do you find perimeter in AutoCAD?

How do you find the perimeter of an object in AutoCAD? **Exploded your polyline and turn it into a region, then do tools>inquiry>mass properties**. This will give you a list of information which includes perimeter.

## How do you find area and perimeter in Autocad?

The area and perimeter of the specified object are **displayed at the Command prompt and in the tooltip**. The MEASUREGEOM command provides additional measurement options. You can also use BOUNDARY to create a closed polyline or region and then use LIST or the Properties palette to find the area.

## How do you find a perimeter?

The perimeter of a rectangle can be calculated by **adding the length and width together and doubling it**. The perimeter of a rectangle with a length of 5cm and width of 3cm can be calculated as 5 + 3 + 5 + 3 (two lots of the length + two lots of the width), or double 5 + 3, which is 16cm.

## What is the fastest way to measure area in AutoCAD?

**To Calculate the Area of a Selected Object**

- Click Home tab Utilities panel Measure drop-down Area. Find.
- At the prompt, enter o (Object).
- Select an object.

## What is area formula?

The most basic area formula is the formula for the area of a rectangle. Given a rectangle with length l and width w, the formula for the area is: **A = lw (rectangle)**. That is, the area of the rectangle is the length multiplied by the width.

## How do measure area?

Area is calculated **by multiplying the length of a shape by its width**. In this case, we could work out the area of this rectangle even if it wasn’t on squared paper, just by working out 5cm x 5cm = 25cm² (the shape is not drawn to scale).

## How do you make an irregular shape in AutoCAD?

To create irregular polygons, use **the mpolygon command**. Click Home tab Draw panel Polygon. Enter an integer to specify the number of sides for the polygon. Follow the command prompts to specify either the polygon center (default) or the first edge.

## How do you show area in CAD?

**Solution:**

- Enter the LIST command, which will display the area (and other information) at the Command line (pressing F2 will show and expanded Command window).
- Enter the PROPERTIES command or press CTRL+1, which will bring up the Properties palette. The Area will be shown in the Geometry section.