Q: What is a shape with an area of 100cm?

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Because cm is a unit of length and sqm is a unit of area, this is impossible to answer. Here is sqcm in sqm: 1sqm = 1m*1m 1m = 100cm 1sqm = 100cm*100cm 1sqm = 10,000sqcm

There is no such shape. Firstly, because no shape can jave an area of 100 cm. Suppose, though, that its area were 100 SQUARE cms, even then, there is no possible solution. Of all the shapes possible with a given perimeter, a circle has the greatest area. A perimeter of 30 cm means a radius of 30/(2*pi) = 15/pi cm. A circle with this radius would have an area of pi*(15/pi)2 = 225/pi = 71.62 sq cm : well below the area required.

You would find the area of the inside and outside shape (pretending that the inside shape was not in the outside shape). then, you would take the area of the outside shape and subtract the area of the inside shape.

In the phrase 'area of a shape', both area and shape are nouns. In your mind, add 'the', it helps to show that they are nouns: 'the area of the shape'.

Circle, followed by square. circumference = 2 pi r so pi r = 50 so r = 50/pi; Area of circle = pi r2, = 2500/pi = 795.5 sqcm Square = 25 x 25 = 625 sqcm.

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Area = length x width Area = 100cm x 100cm Area = 10000cm2

The area of a square is the length of a side squared (multiplied by itself)A square that have 100 cm on all sides is 100cm*100cm = 10,000 cm2

A = ~7,853.981cm2

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Because cm is a unit of length and sqm is a unit of area, this is impossible to answer. Here is sqcm in sqm: 1sqm = 1m*1m 1m = 100cm 1sqm = 100cm*100cm 1sqm = 10,000sqcm

There is no such shape. Firstly, because no shape can jave an area of 100 cm. Suppose, though, that its area were 100 SQUARE cms, even then, there is no possible solution. Of all the shapes possible with a given perimeter, a circle has the greatest area. A perimeter of 30 cm means a radius of 30/(2*pi) = 15/pi cm. A circle with this radius would have an area of pi*(15/pi)2 = 225/pi = 71.62 sq cm : well below the area required.

The perimeter is 100cm

100 cm in a meter 10,000 square cm in a square m (which is 100cm x 100cm!) 1,000,000 cubic cm in a cubic meters (which is 100cm x 100cm x 100cm!)

It is a square with lengths of 10 cm

You would find the area of the inside and outside shape (pretending that the inside shape was not in the outside shape). then, you would take the area of the outside shape and subtract the area of the inside shape.

yes it is 1m is 100cm

In the phrase 'area of a shape', both area and shape are nouns. In your mind, add 'the', it helps to show that they are nouns: 'the area of the shape'.