Area = 6*0.4 = 2.4 square cm
A cube has 6 squares as the faces of a cube. The area of the square is A = s² where s is the length of the side. Given that area formula, we have: A = (3 centimeters)² = 9 centimeters² So the area of each face of a cube is 9 centimeters²
6 cm * 10 cm
Draw it with dimensions of (6 cm) by (3 cm).
A 25 cm cube has all edges with a length of 25 cm. Therefore each face has an area of 25*25 = 625 sq cm. As a cube has 6 faces, the total surface area of the cube is 625*6 = 3750 square centimeters.
Assuming you refer to a 12 cm cube, the answer is 6 * area of one side = 6*144 cm2 = 864 cm2
It depends on the exact configuration of the shape.
Assuming that the 3 lengths refer to the sides of a triangular shape, the area is 21.331 cm2
the formula for the area of a rectangle is base*width. plug in 2 for the base and 6 for the width. 2*6=12 the answer is 12cm
It is: 12 cm Check: 0.5*6*12 = 36 square cm
It works out as 12 cm
area = 6 X 6 X 4=144 cm ^ 3
the area of a circle is pi times the radius squared. The diameter is 12, so the radius is 6 (half of the diameter). Therefore, the area is pi times 6 squared, which is 36 pi square centimeters. Also, if you want the answer in decimal, it's 113.09733552923255658465516179806 square centimeters.
A centimetre is a unit of distance. A square centimetre is a unit of area. Therefore, the two units are incompatible.
Same as a rectangular prism. Faces: 6 Edges: 12 Vertices: 8