Q: What is the surface area of1 cm x 2cm x 2cm?

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112 cm squared

You need three measures of length to determine the surface area - the length, width and height.

2 CM

base x height = area 2 cm x 2cm = 2cm^2 (squared) :)

The lengths of the sides of a square if the area is 2cm squared is: 1.414 cm

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112 cm squared

A cube has 6 faces each face is area 2x2 = 4 square cm surface area = 6 x 4 = 24 sq cm

You need three measures of length to determine the surface area - the length, width and height.

2 CM

base x height = area 2 cm x 2cm = 2cm^2 (squared) :)

2 cm is a measure of distance from one point to another. 2 cm square'd' is a measure of area. 2 cm times 2 cm is 4 cm or the area taken up by a 2cm by 2 cm space.

18 square cm

The area of a circle with a diameter of two cm is about 3.1416 cm.

A square with a side length of 2cm has an area of 4cm2

Volume = 8 cm3 so each side = 2 cm So area of one face = 2cm * 2cm = 4 cm2 So total surface area (6 faces) = 6*4 cm2 = 24 cm2

The lengths of the sides of a square if the area is 2cm squared is: 1.414 cm

1 side of square = 2cm area of square = side x side so, area= 2x2 = 4 cm^2