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Q: What is a shape that has an area of 6cm2 with a perimeter of 12cms?

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No shape can have a volume of 6 cm2

perimeter is when you have a shape and then you have your area and that is what is in the middle of the shape and perimeter is the edge of the shape.

Yes. Take a simple rectangle of 1cm x 6cm. It's area is 6cm2 and its perimeter is 14cm. Now - a rectangle if 2cm x 3cm has the same area, but has a perimeter of just 10 Centimetres !

No , perimeter is the measurement outside of the shape; the border. Area is the measurement of inside of the shape.

Perimeter and area are not sufficient to determine the shape of a figure.

area is the inside of a shape and the perimeter is the outside of an shape

No, the area will get smaller, not the perimeter.

A square has the same area and perimeter of 16cm

Area is the amount of square units in a 2-D shape, and perimeter is the distance around a shape

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The perimeter is the outside of a shape and the area is the inside of it

If you want to enclose a certain area, the shape that does it with the shortest perimeter is a circle.

Perimeter is the outside. The area is the inside of a shape.

The perimeter has nothing to do with the area you have to times the width times height times length and that will give you the area of the shape

The perimeter of a shape does not determine its area. The shape can be made thinner without changing its perimeter but reducing its area.

It is called perimeter.

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Given any shape with a given area you can another shape with the same area but a different perimeter. And convesely, given any perimeter you can have another shape with the same perimeter but a different area. And these apply for the infinite number of shapes.

It depends on the shape of the area. It the shape is a square, the perimeter would be 1,022 feet.

perimeter means inside of shape and u addarea means outside of shape and u multiplyperimeter and area questions

There is a square that has a length of 4. Area: 4 x 4: 16 Perimeter: 4+4+4+4= 16 Yes, there is a shape with the same perimeter and area.

You break it up into smaller shapes which are less irregular. If these are more regular, you can calculate their contribution to the perimeter, and their area. You can then add these together.

Most shapes have different perimeter than area, as far as value.

The perimeter of a shape does not determine its area. The shape can be made thinner without changing its perimeter but reducing its area.

they are different because perimeter is the out side of the shape and area is inside of the shape.