Q: 5cm plus 11cm plus 3 cm?

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523.598776 cm^3

Volume cuboid = length x breadth x height = 3 cm x 5 cm x 3 cm = 45 cm³

A square cannot be 5 cm by 3 cm! The question, therefore, concerns a shape that cannot exist.

Area = 0.5*(9 + 3)*11 = 0.5*12*11 = 66 sq cm

5*3 = 15 square cm

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Assuming the measurements given are the lengths of the sides of a hexagon, the perimeter is 2 + 2 + 2 + 3 + 5 + 11 = 25 cm.

The surface area is 750 cm^3

523.598776 cm^3

When taking the volume you do not add them you multiply them. 6cm x 5cm x 3cm = 90cm2

you don't. .5cm will never = .3 cm unless you take away .2 cm from .5cm. but you don't convert it. converting means changing the form. for instance you could change it from cm to mm

the answer is 11cm. 3 squared is 9 9+2=11

Rectangle area easiest math for area: 5cm X 3cm = 15cm2

1241/3 = 4.98663 cm. if the cube's volume was 125cm3 it would be 5cm

yes it is. When you're dealing with the Pythagorean theory, a 3,4,5 triangle is a special triangle. For example, if a triangle has side lengths of 3cm and 4cm, then you automatically know that the other side length is 5cm. It also works if the side lengths are 5cm and 4cm or 5cm and 3cm.

Volume cuboid = length x breadth x height = 3 cm x 5 cm x 3 cm = 45 cm³

2cm*5cm*3cm=30cm3The volume of the cuboid: 2*5*3 = 30 cubic cm

174m2 :) i had the same question on a test :)