Q: Which length is between 7m and 9m?

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The hypotenuse measures 11.4 meters in length.

5-7m+9m=11

1m and 11m 2m and 10m 3m and 9m 4m and 8m 5m and 7m. The next one, 6m and 6m, would be a square.

Ima Say Idk So Yea F It :) 7m x 9m = 63 square metres

0.7m or 70 cm

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32 meters The perimeter (distance around the outside) = length + width + length + width P = 2L + 2W 2 (9) + 2 (7) = 18 + 14 = 32 also: P = 2 (L + W) 2(9 + 7) = 32

The hypotenuse measures 11.4 meters in length.

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5-7m+9m=11

9m - 28 = 2m Therefore, 7m = 28 m = 28/7 m = 4

9.20m - 7.30m = 1.9 metres.

1m and 11m 2m and 10m 3m and 9m 4m and 8m 5m and 7m. The next one, 6m and 6m, would be a square.

since I'm scottish i don't really know what age you are in elementary school however when i was 13 i was using a 7m start board. and even though i moved onto the 9m one when i was 14/15 many others still used the 7m. hope this can help in someway

what is required on power driven vessels over 9m in lenght

Ima Say Idk So Yea F It :) 7m x 9m = 63 square metres

0.7m or 70 cm

Area of a rectangle its length times its width, A LW 9m X 5m 45m2