Yes, draw a 2 x 7 rectangle.
It's any figure that you can draw on a flat piece of paper or carve into your desktop.
Draw a rectangle with 2 sides 5 units long and 2 sides 4 units long
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I think if it were to be a triangle that it would be six on each
It depends on the font - the exact shape of the letter. If you can draw the letter on graph paper, that might help.
you draw an 'A' with the sides sticking out and then you can figure out the rest...
A hexagon is a six-sided figure. Cut an equilateral triangle out of a piece of paper. Chop off little equilateral triangles at each tip of the triangle. What you have is a hexagonal piece of paper. Draw around it.
draw a quadrangle below. measure the sides to the nearest 1/2 inch. write the lenght next to each sides. find the perimeter
It's so easy make it just draw him with a kirby-like face.
Write a logarithms and flowchart t find area and perimeter of square
Cassie draw a ray
get a pencil and some paper and draw a dove with the pencil onto the paper
You can draw any shape you want with a perimeter of 20. For a square, make each side 5. For a triangle, 62/3 , etc.
With 3cm for each sides.
Draw it on your mom
Draw polygonal figure with 5 equal sides.
you draw an ibis by using a pencil and paper
It depends on the figure. For example, you cannot draw a net for a sphere, an ellisoid or a torus.
To draw a shape with the same area and perimeter, decide what shape you want to draw, then take the equations for area and perimeter and make them equal, and then solve what the various side lengths have to be. For instance, the area of a square is L2 where L is the side length, and the perimeter of a square is Lx4 We want them equal, so L2=Lx4 Dividing both sides by L gives us L=4, so if I draw a square with side length 4, it will have the same area and perimeter.