Area = Base*Height So 48 = Base*12 That is, Base = 48/12 = 4 m
1 metre is 100 cm
length x width Example: A rectangle has a length of 24m and a width of 48m. What is its area? l x w= 24m(length) x 48m(width/breadth) = 1152m2 (meters squared)
48m = 157 feet 5.76 inches.
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0.048km = 48m since 1km = 1000m. Therefore 0.048km (48m) is bigger than 0.48m
I think the answer is 360 baseboard is needed because each baseboard is 2.5m long and so I multiplied 2.5 by 144 and I got 360
I assume the object starts from rest. The speed will be 16*3 which is 48m/s
Yes it is bigger
nearly two hours 1h 48m
No 144 cm = 1.44 m
48 meters is 157 feet and 5.76 inches.
100cm = 1m : 4800cm = 48m .
A trapezoid does not have three bases!
Perimeter = 20+20+4+4 = 48m
There are 100cm in metre. So divide 480cm by 100. The answer is 48m.
STANDARD UNITS OR FOR EXAMPLE P= 8m times 6 m=48m
d = r x 2: 2 x 48m = 96m
Luton's control tower is 157ft tall (just under 48m).
48m x 13m = 624 m2