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What is the Ares of 7cm and 4cm?
How much time will Penelope spend to weave 7cm of burial if she weaves 4cm each day and unweaves 3cm each night 7 days is not correct?
missing word? burial should stand perhaps for burial shroud
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The width of a rectangle is X plus 4Cm its length is X plus 7Cm greater than its width represent its perimeter and simplify?
width = (x + 4) cm length = [(x + 4) + (x + 7)] cm Rectangle Perimeter = 2[(x + 4) + (x + 4 + x + 7)] cm Rectangle Perimeter = 2[(x + x + x) + (4 + 4 + 7)] cm Re…ctangle Perimeter = 2(3x + 15) cm Rectangle Perimeter = (6x + 30) cm
What is the length of the slanted side of a right angle trapezoid whose parallels are 4cm and 7cm respectively with a height of 4cm?
The slanted side is a right angle triangle with height of 4 cm and a base of 3 cm because of the parallels 7-4 = 3 Using Pythagoras: 32+42 = 25 and the square root of this is …5 So the length of the slanted side is 5 cm Note that in some countries a trapezoid is known as a trapezium.
cube test of cm;1in3 in 7days
7 x 20 x 4 = 560 cubic centimetres (or cm cubed).
A scalene triangle.
7 cm * 4 cm * 3 cm = 7 * 4 * 3 * cm * cm * cm = 84 cm 3
Perimeter = 7+7+4+4 = 22 cm
Since there are 4 lengths given, the shape could be a quadrilateral. Unfortunately, the lengths of the sides is not enough information to determine the shape of a quadrilatera…l. As an illustration, consider a square of sides 10 cm. Its area is 100 cm 2 . But it can be "distorted" into a rhombus with the same sides but the area can be reduced to as close to 0 as you like. Four linear measures could also mean that it is a 4-dimensional cuboid in hyperspace or some other shape in 2 or 3 dimensions. But since these shapes cannot be determined, it is not possible to find an answer to the question.
It depends on whether you want the width as a fraction of the length or perimeter or something else - like the diagonal.
It is an equilateral triangle
How many triangles exist with the given side lengths 4cm 4cm 7cm. Only one triangle No triangles or infinite triangles?
It is an isosceles triangle with 2 equal sides.
What is the length of the third side of a triangle if its opposite angle is 73 degrees with two other sides of 4cm and 7cm?
Using the cosine formula in trigonometry its 3rd side works out as 6.97cm rounded to two decimal places