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# semicircle

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The perimeter of the semi-circle is half the circumference plus the diameter.

In this case, we have three as the radius, so the diameter is 6 inches long, and the perimeter around the arc is $$\frac{2\pi*3}{2}=3\pi.$$ Thus, the answer is $$\boxed{3\pi+6}.$$  Mar 3, 2019

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Semi-circle perimeter =   pi * radius   =

pi * 3 =

3 pi  cm

EDIT....see tertre's answer below.....mine is flawed!!!   Mar 3, 2019
edited by CPhill  Mar 3, 2019
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The perimeter of the semi-circle is half the circumference plus the diameter.

In this case, we have three as the radius, so the diameter is 6 inches long, and the perimeter around the arc is $$\frac{2\pi*3}{2}=3\pi.$$ Thus, the answer is $$\boxed{3\pi+6}.$$  tertre Mar 3, 2019
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Ah....thanks, Tetre.....I always forget that they want the perimeter of the whole sector....not just the "curved" part   CPhill  Mar 3, 2019
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I sometimes forget that, too! Thank you! tertre  Mar 3, 2019