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Q: Find the area of a regular hexagon if its perimeter is 60 cm?

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the formula to find the area of any prism is to find the area of the base (a regular hexagon, meaning that all sides and angles are the same) and multiply by the height of the prism. To find the area of a hexagon you multiply the apothem by the perimeter of the hexagon, and then divide that by 2. the apothem is a line from the center point to the center of any side, forming a right angle with a side, it doesn't matter which one. Once you find the area of the hexagon, multiply it with the height.

you find the perimeter and then you times all the sides together

what is the area of a regular hexagon with sides lengths of 12 inches long

Hexagonal prisms cannot be regular. If you tried to make one it would end up being a hexagon since six equilateral triangles make a hexagon. Therefore, there is no surface area.

The apothem is 12.5 metres.

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