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What is the perimeter of a square whose area is 144 sq.cm?

Updated: 12/22/2022

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What shape will have the largest area with a perimeter of 100cm?

Circle, followed by square. circumference = 2 pi r so pi r = 50 so r = 50/pi; Area of circle = pi r2, = 2500/pi = 795.5 sqcm Square = 25 x 25 = 625 sqcm.

Area of square with 3 cm sides?

Shirley...! 3 x 3 = 9 sqcm

64 pi sqcm

66.98 sqcm

If a circle has the diameter of 21cm what is the area?

10.5 x 10.5 x pi = 346.5 sqcm

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What shape will have the largest area with a perimeter of 100cm?

Circle, followed by square. circumference = 2 pi r so pi r = 50 so r = 50/pi; Area of circle = pi r2, = 2500/pi = 795.5 sqcm Square = 25 x 25 = 625 sqcm.

256 sqcm

Area of square with 3 cm sides?

Shirley...! 3 x 3 = 9 sqcm

100 sqcm

64 pi sqcm

66.98 sqcm

The area of an equilateral triangle is 1213 sqcm find its side?

Given this area, the sides measure 52.92734 cm

If a circle has the diameter of 21cm what is the area?

10.5 x 10.5 x pi = 346.5 sqcm

How do you convert square cm to square in?

There are 2.54cm per inch. So this being a square function multiple 2.54x2.54=6.4516 take total sqcm and divide by 6.4516. Example 4"x4"=16"sq (4x2.54=10.16) x (4x2.54=10.16) 10.16x10.16=103.2256 sqcm 103.2256sqcm/6.4516=16"sq

If the surface area of sphere is 2916r sqcm then the radious is?

Surface area of a sphere = 4*p*radius2 4*pi*radius2 = 2916 Divide both sides by 4*pi: radius2 = 232.047907 Square root both sides: radius = 15.23311875 cm

How many silicon solar cells of 2 sqcm area are to be connected in a solar panel to produce 20v?

silicon solar cells of 2 sqcm produces 0.5V and power of 0.7W. So to get 20Volts 40 solar cells are to be connected in sieries.

How many different rectangles exist which have numbers as the length and width have the area of 36 sqcm?

If you mean whole 'numbers', then here are the rectangles:1 x 362 x 183 x 124 x 96 x 6(That last one is a square, which is a special rectangle.)