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It is impossible to get a triangle with the side lengths 14cm, 3cm and 8cm

14cm itself is larger than the sum of two other lengths (3cm + 8cm = 11cm).

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The area is 12cm2

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

It depends on the length of the third side.

yes. take an obtuse triangle that has a base of 8cm and a height of 3cm. then, take a right triangle that has a base of 3 cm and a height of 4 cm. do the math. the obtuse triangle will have a greater area. hope this helps.

The area of triangle is : 24.0

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There is no triangle with sides 14 cm, 3cm and 8cm. For a triangle to exist the sum of the two shorter sides must be longer than the remaining side. 3 cm + 8 cm = 11 cm < 14cm

The area is 12cm2

The area of triangle is : 56.0

Just the one and it is 8cm by 14cm by 16cm

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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

24CM

Dimensions are given out as length by width 14cm by 1cm 13cm by 2cm 12cm by 3cm 11cm by 4cm 10cm by 5cm 9cm by 6cm 8cm by 7cm And the rest is all repeats of the above.

It depends on the length of the third side.

There are a few possibilities:if the length was 5cm then two lengths = 10cmthat leaves 4cm (14cm - 10cm) for the two sides, each side would be 2cm.if the length was 4cm then two lengths = 8cmthat leaves 6cm (14cm - 8cm) for the two sides = each side would be 3cmBy making the lengths different sizes you can calculate the length of the corresponding sides.

No because it would be an isosceles triangle

Vol = L * H * W = 16 * 8 * 14 = 1792 cm3

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