The dimensions given would not form a triangle and so no perimeter is possible
To find the perimeter of a triangle you have to add up all the sides. So to find the perimeter of this triangle you just add 2x+5x+6x=13x. To find the actual perimeter you would have to know what x equals
The perimeter would be 18 cm.
Perimeter is the sum of the sides. An equilateral triangle has three sides of equal length. So the perimeter in this case would be 7.8mm x 3 = 23.4mm.
Triangle-least area, circle- most area, per given perimeter . The circle would have an area of 154 square cm. the triangle could have an area of almost zero if it were a long, skinny triangle. An equilateral triangle would have an area approx 92.8 sq cm.
A rectangle of dimensions 3 cm by 12 cm would comply with the given instructions.
You got it. Add for perimeter. 24 inches.
6+8+10=24The perimeter of the triangle is 24 inchesThe perimeter is all the side lengths added up, so that triangle would have a perimeter of 24 inches.6+8+10=24 inches
to find the area of a triangle you divide the base of the triangle by two and multiply your answer by the height .so your formula would be 1/2b times h to find the perimeter of a triangle u simply just add the sides.
It is possible depending on what type of triangle it is. For instance if it was an equilateral triangle then all sides would be equal and then by means of Pythagoras' theorem you could work out the height of the triangle and using the formula: 1/2*base*height = area
Length of a side of an equilateral triangle : Perimeter = 1 : 3 For example, if the length of the sides of an equilateral triangle were 5cm each, then perimeter would be three times that much - 15cm. 5 : 15 is the same as 1 : 3 when simplified. Length of a side of an equilateral triangle : Perimeter = 1 : 3 For example, if the length of the sides of an equilateral triangle were 5cm each, then perimeter would be three times that much - 15cm. 5 : 15 is the same as 1 : 3 when simplified.