Q: Do you multiply all the sides in area?

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If you are calculating the area of a rectangle, it is length times width. You are not multiplying all the sides, because there are four sides. You only need to multiply two of them.

to find the perimeter you must add all sides. and to find area you have to multiply lenght and width

20cm daftie!! ^No, 25cm² actually. All you do is multiply 5 by 5.

Multiply the sides

If you have the length of one of the sides, or the perimeter, use the length of one of the sides, and multiply it by the radius of the hexagon, divided by 2. Multiply this by 6 for the total area of a hexagon. s * r /2 * 6 = area_of_hexagon.

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because you do

Area you multiply 2 sides and perimeter you add all the sides together.

If you are calculating the area of a rectangle, it is length times width. You are not multiplying all the sides, because there are four sides. You only need to multiply two of them.

definition of a square: all sides are congruent (equal) Therefore, all sides are 2.5 feet. To find area, you multiply length by width....so multiply 2.5x2.5

No. But the exact formula depends on the shape that you are talking about.

multiply one of the longest sides by one of the shorter sides or if a square just multiply 2 sides

to find the perimeter you must add all sides. and to find area you have to multiply lenght and width

Perimeter: add all sides area: multiply length times width for rectangles

for area you multiply length times width and for perimeter you add all of the sides together

20cm daftie!! ^No, 25cm² actually. All you do is multiply 5 by 5.

Multiply the sides

you need to multiply the sides.