Assuming that this is a rectangle, you know that the length (longer side) would be 7cm, and the width (shorter side) would be 6cm.
The formula for perimeter is,
2(length) + 2(width) = Perimeter
Now we can plug in our numbers,
2(7cm) + 2(6cm) = 14cm + 12cm = 26cm
The perimeter would be 26cm, assuming that this is a rectangle ^^
Area 42 cm2, perimeter 26 cm.
Perimeter = sum of the lengths of sides = 5* 7 cm = 35 cm
Perimeter = 6cm + 6cm + 9cm + 9cm = 30cm
6cm x 7cm x 20cm = 840cm3
Information provided in the question is not enough to answer. We can only say that for the given lengths: 7cm > 6cm > 5cm
what is the perimeter of a rectangle that's 10cm x 7cm
Find the perimeter of 7cm and 8cm
The answer is, you can draw a rectangle with these measurements: 6cm and 9cm 5cm and 10cm 7cm and 8cm
Its perimeter is the sum of its 6 sides
perimeter is the total distance around the outside of the 2D shape. So if we had a triangle for example: 1st side = 5cm 2nd side = 7cm 3rd side = 6cm 5 + 7 + 6 = 18cm That is your answer.
A cylinder with a height of 7cm and a diameter of 6cm has a surface area of 188.5cm2
Perimeter = 8*7 = 56 cm
Perimeter = 4*7 = 28 cm
6+9+7+10=32 ÷ 4 = 8cm