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no because a²+b ²=c ².

Because 10²+10²=14.1

100+100=200

So you can't have 150 but you can have 200

Q: Can a triangle have sides 150cm 10 cm and 10cm?

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no because a²+b ²=c ². Because 10²+10²=14.1 100+100=200 So you can't have 150 but you can have 200

5 x 10 = 50cm2

It is: 10*10 = 100 square cm

Area of square = (length of side)2 = (10cm)2 = 10*10 cm2 = 100 cm2

40 cm (10cm x 4 sides = 40cm)

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no because a²+b ²=c ². Because 10²+10²=14.1 100+100=200 So you can't have 150 but you can have 200

5 x 10 = 50cm2

It is: 10*10 = 100 square cm

All you do is add the sides up for the perimeter. 12 + 10 + 9 = 31

The length of the two equal sides is not enough information to uniquely determine the length of the base.With sides of 10 cm, you can draw a triangle with anybase that's longer than zero and shorter than 20 cm.The height can be anything taller than zero and shorter than 10 cm.

Area of square = (length of side)2 = (10cm)2 = 10*10 cm2 = 100 cm2

It is: 10*10*10 = 1000 cubic cm

40 cm (10cm x 4 sides = 40cm)

The area of a rectangle of sides 9cm and 10cm is:9cm x 10cm = 90cm2This is equivalent to 0.009m2

40cm (4 x 10 = 40)

A triangle has 3 sides.

A decagon has 7 more sides than a triangle. A triangle has 3 and a decagon has 10.