Q: What is the mean of 4cm 2cm 1cm 3cm 5cm?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

1cm + 6cm, 2cm +5cm, 3cm + 4cm all the partners that add up to 7cm.

# #

It is impossible to answer this question because the question could refer to an object in 7-dimensional hyperspace or it could be an irregular heptagon (or other possible shapes in 3, 4 5 or 6 dimensions). In anything but 7-d space, its exact shape is indeterminate and so the area cannot be calculated. To understand the indeterminacy, a 2cm + 2cm + 2cm + 2cm shape could be a rhombus or a square, and these will have different areas. Without the angles, there is no way of knowing which.

463.2 grams.

24cm. cubed

Related questions

Of the items on the given list, 4cm is the biggest.

Assuming it is 4cm x 4cm, then there would be 16 1cm x 1cm squares. * * * * * But, there are also 9 2cm x 2cm squares, 4 3cm x 3cm squares and 1 4cm x 4cm square. That makes 30 in all.

1cm + 6cm, 2cm +5cm, 3cm + 4cm all the partners that add up to 7cm.

# #

It is impossible to answer this question because the question could refer to an object in 7-dimensional hyperspace or it could be an irregular heptagon (or other possible shapes in 3, 4 5 or 6 dimensions). In anything but 7-d space, its exact shape is indeterminate and so the area cannot be calculated. To understand the indeterminacy, a 2cm + 2cm + 2cm + 2cm shape could be a rhombus or a square, and these will have different areas. Without the angles, there is no way of knowing which.

Yes

463.2 grams.

0 cm, since it is not visible.

The partner lengths for a line segment 8 cm long are 1cm + 7cm, 2cm + 6cm, 3cm + 5 cm, and 4 cm + 4cm

8 cubic centimetre

24cm. cubed

12 cc