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Q: What is the perimeter of 3cm by 5cm?

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To find the perimeter of something all you have to do is, MEASURE THE DISTANCE AROUND THE OBJECT, for example if you have a triangle and the left side is 8cm, the right side is 5cm, and the bottom is 3cm, add the three measurements, 8cm + 5cm + 3cm = 16cm

what triangles measure 3cm 5cm and 3cmA triangle that has two legs that are equal is an isosceles triangle.

the perimeter of a rectangle with two 5cm squares will be 30cm

Assuming the measurements given are the lengths of the sides of a hexagon, the perimeter is 2 + 2 + 2 + 3 + 5 + 11 = 25 cm.

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To find the perimeter of something all you have to do is, MEASURE THE DISTANCE AROUND THE OBJECT, for example if you have a triangle and the left side is 8cm, the right side is 5cm, and the bottom is 3cm, add the three measurements, 8cm + 5cm + 3cm = 16cm

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A square cannot be 5 cm by 3 cm! The question, therefore, concerns a shape that cannot exist.

an oriole is about 3cm to 5cm tall

the perimeter of a rectangle with two 5cm squares will be 30cm

9cm + 5cm + 9cm + 5cm = 28cm

Assuming the measurements given are the lengths of the sides of a hexagon, the perimeter is 2 + 2 + 2 + 3 + 5 + 11 = 25 cm.

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