The perimeter of a hexagon with an apothem of 12 is 83.14
Perimeter = 12 units means side = 12/4 = 3 units. So area = 3*3 = 9 square units.
If the perimeter of the hexagon is 72, then each side of the hexagon is 72/6 = 12. Therefore, one side of the square is also 12, since the hexagon and the square share a side, so the area of the square is 12 x 12 = 144 cm.
It is: 4*12 = a perimeter of 48 units
If it's a rectangle then:- Area = 15*12 = 180 square units Perimeter = 15+15+12+12 = 54 units of measurement
Perimeter = 10 + 10 + 12 = 32 units. Area = 48 square units
If it is a regular 6 sided hexagon then its perimeter is 6 times 12 = 72 inches
The perimeter and area of a shape do not provide sufficient information. With a given perimeter, the largest area that you can enclose is a circle, but you can then flatten the circle to reduce its area. Similarly, in terms a of quadrilaterals, a square has the largest area, but it can be flexed into a rhombus whose area can be made as small as you like. All that can be said is that there is no shape with a perimeter of 12 units whose area is 12 square units.
Yes, you can. If you make it 1 unit by 5 units
12*6 = 72 inches.
It is 6 times 12 = 72