There is only one possibility in forming a triangle from the given dimensions and it is 4cm by 14cm by 16cm
It is impossible to tell because there are infinitely many possible solutions.
The perimeter is all the way around the shape so it would be.. 16 + 16 + 2 + 2 = 36. Therefore th perimeter must be 36cm.
If you mean the sides are both 16, than the answer is 256 cm. squared
If a right triangle has sides of 16Cm and 12Cm, the hypotenuse is: 20 cm
To find the perimeter of something all you have to do is, MEASURE THE DISTANCE AROUND THE OBJECT, for example if you have a triangle and the left side is 8cm, the right side is 5cm, and the bottom is 3cm, add the three measurements, 8cm + 5cm + 3cm = 16cm
IF 16cm is EACH side, the answer is four (sides) times 16cm... so that's 64 cm.
A square has the same area and perimeter of 16cm
The perimeter of this square is 45.25 cm
56 cm2 * * * * * Only if these are the shorter legs of a right angled triangle and there is no justification for making that assumption. Two sides of a triangle are not sufficient to determine its area.
Perimeter of rectangle: 5+3+5+3 = 16cm
3 + 3 + 5 + 5 = 16cm
Any type of polygon can have a perimeter of 16 cm. There is no special name for polygons whose perimeter is 16 cm.