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It is: 0.5*6*8 = 24 square mm

Q: What is the area of a triangle with a base of 6mm and the height is 8mm?

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It has three different sides and no special angles, so it's a scalar triangle.

Area = pi*32 = 28.274 square mm to 3 d.p.

area = 9∏mm (approx. 28.26mm) circumference = 6∏mm (approx. 18.84mm)

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Area = 113.1mm2

It has three different sides and no special angles, so it's a scalar triangle.

Its smallest side of 6mm will be opposite angle 51,73 degrees and by using the sine rules in trigonometry its other sides are 6.5mm and 7.18mm and so:- Perimeter: 6+6.5+7.18 = 19.68mm Area: 0.5*6*6.5*sin(70) = 18.32 square mm

So, inner volume = 1488 * 1488 * 1994 = 4415003136 cubic mm or 4.415003136 cubic metres

Area = pi*32 = 28.274 square mm to 3 d.p.

The volume of a right circular cone with a radius of 4mm and a height of 6mm equals 140.88mm3

6mm

area = 9∏mm (approx. 28.26mm) circumference = 6∏mm (approx. 18.84mm)

dear me,,, 6mm, sigh!

6mm is equal to a 2 gauge.

4mm-6mm in inches = -2

6mm is thicker than 2mm.