ok if the perimeter is 36cm and it is a square then you know all four sides are equal 36cm / 4sides = 9cm for each side A = L * W ( both the length and width are 9cm because each side is equal ) A = 9cm * 9cm A = 81cm2
9 x 9 = 81cm2Therefore, each of the 4 sides of the square measures 9cm.The perimeter is: 9 x 4 = 36cm
hexagon has six sides, perimeter = 6*6= 36cm
It could be any irregular shape whose sides add up to 36cm as for example a scalene triangle
36cm (6 sides x 6 = 36).
Hint: a square's perimeter is the sum of the length of its four sides...
The perimeter of a square with sides of 3.5cm is:3.5cm x 4 = 14 cm perimeter
One side equal to 6cm perimetre is 6*4=24cm
The perimeter of a square is the sum of the four equal sides.
The perimeter of a square with 6 km sides is 24 km
The perimeter of a square with 2 inch sides is 8 inches.