Q: What is a 4cm by 4cm by 4cm triangle called?

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An isosceles triangle.

An isosceles triangle.

If it is an equilateral triangle with 3 equal sides of 4cm then its perimeter is 12cm

Draw a right angled triangle with legs of 4cm and 6cm

A scalene triangle

An equilateral triangle means a triangle with all three sides with equal dimensions. For drawing an equilateral triangle first you will have to choose a measurement to draw the sides of the triangle. For example, lets take the side to be 4cm. When you draw the base of 4cm you will have to draw the other two sides of 4cm as well. Thus an equilateral triangle is constructed..

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16 cm

18cm 2

What you do is you multiply the base by the height then you must half your answer. Eg: A triangle with a base of 2 cm and a height of 4cm, you would do 2x4=8 then half your answer to get 4cm squared.

It is an isosceles triangle with 2 equal sides.

Yes

22cm

Square side 3cm. Rectangle 2cm x 4cm. Equilateral triangle side 4cm.

There is only one possibility in forming a triangle from the given dimensions and it is 4cm by 14cm by 16cm

Yes and it would be an isosceles triangle

If it is an equilateral triangle with 3 equal sides of 4m then its perimeter is 12cm

For it to be a right angle triangle the 3rd side must be 5cm

5cm

5cm

It depends on the length of the third side.

No because the given dimensions don't comply with Pythagoras' theorem for a right angle triangle.

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.

Area of a triangle = (1/2) x (base) x (height) Can you handle it from there ?

A=1/2(b)(h). So A=1/2(6cm)(4cm). A=12cm^2, or 12 squared centimeters.