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One sixth of its perimeter.

Okay. What do you want to know? No information can be drawn from that statement. No information can be given to you because you are too ambiguous. All sides congruent, by definition, makes the shape equilateral. But there is no guarantee that it is equiangular and therefore it isn't necessarily a regular polygon. Hexagons have six sides. If all sides are congruent then the perimeter is six times the length of one side and the length of one side is one-sixth the length of the perimeter. Aside from general size, an equilateral hexagon can come in only two unique types: concave and convex. For any given side-length/perimeter, there are only two possible equilateral hexagons. The area of an equiangular equilateral hexagon is 3/2*(length of one side)*(length of one side)*(square root of 3).

The square root of 1/36 is equal to 1/sqrt(36) - that is, 1/6, or one sixth.

Assuming the first square number is 12, then the sixth (not sith) square number is 62 or 6*6 = 36.

one- sixth of the square of a number is 24 find the number a .10 b .12 c.18 d.24

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measure the length of the sides of the object. remember it is only the edges that you should measure. add up the length of each edge and that is your perimeter.

One sixth of its perimeter.

6^2 = 36. 36 is, therefore, the sixth square number.I guess that would be the square of 6.

Okay. What do you want to know? No information can be drawn from that statement. No information can be given to you because you are too ambiguous. All sides congruent, by definition, makes the shape equilateral. But there is no guarantee that it is equiangular and therefore it isn't necessarily a regular polygon. Hexagons have six sides. If all sides are congruent then the perimeter is six times the length of one side and the length of one side is one-sixth the length of the perimeter. Aside from general size, an equilateral hexagon can come in only two unique types: concave and convex. For any given side-length/perimeter, there are only two possible equilateral hexagons. The area of an equiangular equilateral hexagon is 3/2*(length of one side)*(length of one side)*(square root of 3).

The "sixth square root" is an ambiguous term. The "sixth root" of 126 ... the number which when multiplied by itself 6 times becomes 126 ... is 2.23904 (rounded)

The cube root of the square root is the sixth root. The sixth root of 729 = 3

The square root of 1/36 is equal to 1/sqrt(36) - that is, 1/6, or one sixth.

No.

An acre contains 43,560 square feet. The conversion says that it would be 7,260 square feet.

One acre is equal to 43,560 square feet. Therefore, one sixth of an acre is equal to 43,560 / 6 = 7,260 square feet.

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I Belive it is 674.5 Square Metres