An isosceles triangle.
An iscoceles triangle, because two of the sides are equal but one is not. Please try to pay attention in class, silly. Hope this helps. ☺
A scalene triangle
A scalene triangle is one type of triangle that will be formed from the given dimensions.
What is the area of a triangle with base 2cm and height 3cm
The volume is 3cm * 2cm * 5cm = 30 cm3. The density will depend on the mass of the prism which will depend on the material that the prism is made from.
If both legs of a right triangle are the same, then it forms what is known as a "45-45-90 triangle". In this type of triangle, the hypotenuse is always √2 times more than the legs. So in this problem, with legs 3cm and 3cm, the hypotenuse is 3√2cm, or 4.243cm
This is the simplest Pythagorean Triple (52 = 32 + 42) so it's a right(-angled) triangle
Assuming the measurements given are the lengths of the sides of a hexagon, the perimeter is 2 + 2 + 2 + 3 + 5 + 11 = 25 cm.
3*3 = 9 cm
2cm by 3cm
Square side 3cm. Rectangle 2cm x 4cm. Equilateral triangle side 4cm.
It is probably an isosceles triangle.Isosceles triangle = 2 sides the same lengthUnless the 3rd side is also 3cm, in which case it would be an equilateral triangle.
Assuming this is a rectangular block, you are supposed to multiply the three numbers.
Often times granite is 3cm for residential counter tops and 2cm for commercial counter tops. Granites generally come in 2cm, 3cm and 4cm. 3cm is recommended for residential use.
what triangles measure 3cm 5cm and 3cmA triangle that has two legs that are equal is an isosceles triangle.
2cm*5cm*3cm=30cm3The volume of the cuboid: 2*5*3 = 30 cubic cm
There is no triangle with sides 14 cm, 3cm and 8cm. For a triangle to exist the sum of the two shorter sides must be longer than the remaining side. 3 cm + 8 cm = 11 cm < 14cm
Mean = sum(X)/n = 15cm/5 = 3cm
It could be 3cm by 2cm in size.