The perimeter is the addition of the all the sides of the shape. For example if a rectangle has two sides which are 4cm and two sides which are 7cm, then the perimeter will be 4cm+4cm+7cm+7cm. The perimeter would therefore be 22cm. The area of a shape is gotten by multiplying the length and breadth of the shape. For example, in a rectangle witrh the same measurements above, the area will be 4cm x 7cm and that would 28cm. You have to use the square sign but I can't do that here.
Area= length x width. Therefore, Area= 7cm x 4cm=28cm squared.
The ratio is: 7cm to 1cm
The answer is 28cm
4 * 7 = 28 28/2 = 14 sq cm
area= 7cm x 7cm = 49cm^2
A scalene triangle.
The new dimensions are 4cm and 7cm
It is an isosceles triangle with 2 equal sides.
1cm + 6cm, 2cm +5cm, 3cm + 4cm all the partners that add up to 7cm.
96 sq. cm
Yes (apart from units):If the side of a square is 4cm then itsperimeter is 4cm + 4cm + 4cm + 4cm = 4 x 4cm = 16cm;area is 4cm x 4cm = 16cm2
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No. The two shortest sides, 2cm and 4cm, add up to 6cm. 6 cm is shorter than 7cm, so those three sides will not make a triangle.
if you mean 4cm by 4cm square, then the area is 16cm2
A square with a side length of 4cm has an area of 16cm2
Approx 117.3 cubic centimetres.
the equation for area is area = length * width. area = 3cm*4cm. Area = 12cm^2
If a cylinder's height is 7cm and its area is 659.73cm2, its diameter will be approximately 14.66cm
Perimeter = 7+7+4+4 = 22 cm
It depends on whether you want the width as a fraction of the length or perimeter or something else - like the diagonal.
7 x 20 x 4 = 560 cubic centimetres (or cm cubed).