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8cm. Since the area is found by the formula 'half the base times the height' In this case, the area is 52 - divide that by the height (13) this gives the result 4. times that by 2, and you have the answer 8.

Q: What is the base lenghth of a triangal with an area of 52cm2 and ahight of 13cm?

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52cm2

By units do you mean the volume specification? If so, the volume will be in cubic centimetres. 13cm x 13cm x 3cm = 13x13x3 = 507 cubic centimetres or 507 cc.

The circumference of a circle if its radius is 13cm is: 81.68 cm

A cone with a base of 10cm and a height of 13cm has a volume of 340.34cm3

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52cm2

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By units do you mean the volume specification? If so, the volume will be in cubic centimetres. 13cm x 13cm x 3cm = 13x13x3 = 507 cubic centimetres or 507 cc.

The circumference of a circle if its radius is 13cm is: 81.68 cm

1m=100cm 0.13mX100cm=13cm Therefore, 0.13m is equal to 13cm.

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the earth at its equator 1 m=100 cm 13cm=0.13 m

A cone with a base of 10cm and a height of 13cm has a volume of 340.34cm3

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