4cm is a unit of length, so 4cm is 4cm long... but if you were asking how long 4cm is in inches, 4cm = about 1.5748031 inches

Yes (apart from units):If the side of a square is 4cm then itsperimeter is 4cm + 4cm + 4cm + 4cm = 4 x 4cm = 16cm;area is 4cm x 4cm = 16cm2

4cm is 400mm so 500mm is larger

It is an equilateral triangle

96 sq. cm

4cm

The density is (its mass)/64 grams/cm3

It would be 64 cm3. So the unit is cm3

4cm = 0.00004km

there are 40,000 micrometers in 4cm

=17cm

Length=4cm width=4cm height=4cm

The formula for the volume of a cube is height x width x length, therefore V = 4cm x 4cm x 4cm V = 64cm3

An isosceles triangle.

# #

3.2 what? cm? metres? kilometres?

An isosceles triangle.

2.5 to 4cm wide 2.5 to 4cm wide

Exactly 4 no more and no less but there are 40mm in 4cm

45mm because 1 cm= 10mm so 40mm= 4cm and there's 45mm there which= 4,5cm.... :)

Well, if 4cm is 12 km, and there are five 4cm in 20cm, 12*5=60, so:There are 60km in a distance of 20cm on a map with a scale of 4cm to 12km.

The volume of a cube equals its side length cubed. In this case it is 4cm3 which gives a volume of 64cm3

if you mean 4cm by 4cm square, then the area is 16cm2

A square with a side length of 4cm has an area of 16cm2