Q: What is the area of a hexagon with a radius of 14 cm?

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Cmon dont be lazy and do some maths

Area = pi*142

Area of circle = 225 cm2 implies radius = 8.46 cm (approx) Therefore, apothem of hexagon = 8.46 cm then side of hexagon = apothem*2/sqrt(3) = 9.77 cm (approx) and so perimeter = 6*side = 58.63 cm

Surface area = 4*pi*142 = 784pi square cm

Area = pi*r2 Area = pi(14 cm)2 = 616 cm2 =======

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The area of a circle with a 14 cm radius is: 615.8 cm2

Cmon dont be lazy and do some maths

The area is 616 cm2

Area = pi*142

Area of circle = 225 cm2 implies radius = 8.46 cm (approx) Therefore, apothem of hexagon = 8.46 cm then side of hexagon = apothem*2/sqrt(3) = 9.77 cm (approx) and so perimeter = 6*side = 58.63 cm

A hexagon has 6 sides. The area of a regular hexagon that has a perimeter of 60 cm is 259.81 cm squared.

Surface area = 4*pi*142 = 784pi square cm

You would have to use a couple of formulas to do this. It would basically be 374.4 cm in area but first you would have to find the base and the height.

Area = pi*r2 Area = pi(14 cm)2 = 616 cm2 =======

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