Q: What shape has 6cm 6cm 6cm?

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Area is measured in square units so a shape cannot have an area of 6 cm.

A right angle triangle fits the dimensions given

Perimeter = 6cm + 6cm + 9cm + 9cm = 30cm

The answer depends on what the "6cm" refers to.

A hexagon has six sides, and if it is regular then all the sides are the same length (in this case, 6cm). The perimeter is the total distance around the shape, so if each side if 6cm and there are six sides, then the perimeter will be 6x6cm, or 36cm.

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The answer depends on the shape of the figure.

A 6cm X 2cm shape is a rectangle. Two sides are 6cm, and the other two are 2cm. Therefore, 6+6 + 2+2 = 16cm.

6cm + 6cm = 12cm

Area is measured in square units so a shape cannot have an area of 6 cm.

6*6*6 = 216cm3

A right angle triangle fits the dimensions given

6cm

Perimeter = 6cm + 6cm + 9cm + 9cm = 30cm

The height of the can in terms of Pi is: about 3.85picm

6cm equals 60mm

Yes, an equilateral triangle has 3 congruent sides.

It depends on how long do you draw the shape example you can draw a 6cm square and you draw a 8cm square they are different . So it really depends on how the shape is measured.