What is the length in centimeters of a flashlight?
About 21 cm.
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The length of a pencil is arround 18 centimeters or 7 inches. But if it has been sharpened, it grows shorter.
What is the width of a rectangle if the area is 20 square centimeters and the length is 10 centimeters?
A = L x W. 20 = 10 x W. 20/10 = W. 2 = W
Centimeters don't have an average length, they are all exactly the same, at 1/100 of a meter
110 centimeters right? and u want it in mm right? well, you would times by 10. so the answer would be 1100mm. I ROCK Giggle
The perimeter of a rectangular painting is 350 centimeters If the length of the painting is 93 centimeters what is its width?
Perimeter = 2L + 2W 350 = 2(93) + 2W 350 = 186 + 2W 350 - 186 = 186 - 186 + 2W 164 = 2W 164/2 = 2W/2 82 = W So the width is 82 cm.
If a kite has diagonals with lengths of 6 centimeters and 8 centimeters what is the area of the kite?
Same as a square, except the kite only occupies half the space. (Draw a picture if you have to.). So, 6x8 = 48, divided by two is 24 [sq. cm]
It depends on the nail: finger nails are usually less than 2 centimetres in length - including the nail plate - but they have been grown to over 0.8 metres in length. Metal nails can range from less than 1 cm to 15 cm or longer.
the length of the human skin according to the centimeters is .1o millimeters the 1cm . is the actual size of the human skin
According to Wikipedia: . The largest living species is the Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri): adults average about 1.1 m (3 ft 7 in) tall and weigh 35 kg (75 lb) or more. The smallest penguin species is the Little Blue Penguin (also known as the Fairy Penguin), which stands around 40 cm tall…. (MORE)
So a rectangle has 4 sides. The two long sides and the two shorter sides in an rectangle are the same length. Knowing this we know that one of the sides is 6cm long, that means the side opposite it must also be that same length. The perimiter is the same as the distance it takes to walk all aro…und the shape, we already know that the perimiter is 16cm. And we already know that two of those lines that you'd have to walk are 6cm so we know that to walk two sides of the rectangle that's 12cm. That means that the other two sides must take 4cm to walk to make the perimiter add up to 16cm. Now remember that we said that a rectangle has 2 long sides and 2 short sides that are equal in length? well we know the two long sides are equal now at 6 cm each, and we know that the 2 short sides add up to 4cm...and they have to be the same size, so each short side msut be 2cm long each. Now that we know all the sides length, we multiply length x bredth to get aera that's 6cm x 2cm = 12cm 2 (MORE)
Males can grow up to 550 centimeters when they're mature, and females can grow up to 395 centimeters.
This question cannot be answered unless the line is known. 2.54 cm = 1.0 inches
1cm + 6cm, 2cm +5cm, 3cm + 4cm all the partners that add up to 7cm.
There is no definite answer to this question. There are many different sizes a pen could be. Provide a photo?
15 cm. You just need to measure it. don't you have a ruler? No offense or anything. Hope this helps!
The length of the average horse's leg in centimeters is around 130cm. Depending on the breed of horse, some horse's legs can be aslong as 160 cm.
A rectangle has a length of 10 centimeters and an area of 40 square centimeters what is the width of the rectangle?
1.10*X=40 2. Divide each side by 10: X=4 centimeters 3. Check your answer 10*4=40 The width of the rectangle is 4 centimeters
Well, perimeter is total length. One side is 32cm so two sides at 32 cm=64 cm leaving 26cm. Two sides are left so they each equal 1/2 of 26 or 13cm. Area of a rectangle is length x width so we get 32 cm x13 cm = 416 cm2 (squared).
What is the cubed volume of a cylinder that has a radius of 10 centimeters and length 10 centimeters?
A cylinder with a radius of 10 cm and a height of 10 cm has a volume of 3,141.59 cubed cm.
The lengths of the legs of a right triangle are 15 centimeters and 20 centimeters What is the length of the hypotenuse?
The lengths of the legs of a right triangle are 15 cm and 20 cm. What is the length of the hypotenuse?
The perimeter of a rectangular painting is 322 centimeters If the width of the painting is 68 centimeters what is its length?
Do-it-in-your-head method: Length plus width is half the perimeter ie 161 cm, of which 68 is width so the length is 93 cm.
Keys come in many sizes. I have a travel case key which is only 2 cm long, and an old fashioned 'house door' key which is 12 cm long.
The length of a cm is about from one end of you nail to the other end
It would be in centimeters because your hand is smaller than a ruler so that means it can be measured in centimeters
884 cm squared Area of a rectangle is length times width, so it is simply 26 cm x 34 cm.
Volume is determined by length times width times heights (LxWxH). So the volume of this object which I assume to be a cube is 5 times 5 times 4 which equals 100.
What is the area of a rectangle with a diagonal length of 17 centimeters and height of length 8 centimeters?
Diagonal = 17 cm and height = 8 cm so Length = sqrt[17 2 - 8 2 ] = sqrt(225) = 15 cm Then area = length*height = 15*8 = 120 cm 2
27.56 in Algebraic Steps / Dimensional Analysis Formula . 70 cm . . 1 in 2.54 cm . = . 27.55905512 in.
How can you use four rods that measure 2 centimeters 5 centimeters 7 centimeters and 9 centimeters to measure a length of 1 centimeters?
Put the 7cm and 5 cm rods together = 12 cm Put the 9cm and 2cm rods together = 11 cm Difference between is 1cm thus, you can use that difference to measure 1 cm.
What is the length in centimeters of a rectangle that has an area of 25.2 square centimeters and a width of 3.5 centimeters?
you're such a loser that you ask online for that. Go do your homework by yourself
No. The sum of the lengths of two sides of a triangle must always at least slightly exceed the length of the third side, and the given numbers do not conform to this rule.
If you could show me the block of wood, then I could measure it and answer your question. For that matter, if you have the block of wood, you could measure it and answer your own question.
A centimetre is a unit of length. Centimetres per second is a unit of speed. The two units are therefore incompatible.
By unit of length and distance andconversion ,we can say that 1 m =100 cm 1.8 cm= 0.018 m
What is an expression for the perimeter of a rectangle with a length for l centimeters and a width of 18 centimeters?
Perimeter of rectangle = 2 x (Length + Width) = 2 x (L + 18) or = ( 2L + 36) centimetres.
You really can't solve it with the length. you need the height. Normally to get the area of a triangle, multiply the base X height, and divide by 2. However, you are using the terms length and width. When you say length and width, if you really mean base and height, then use the method given above.
What is the perimeter of a rectangle that has a length of 9 centimeters and a width of 6 centimeters?
30 cm. 2 sides are 9 cm and 2 sides are 6 cm (2x9)+(2x6)=? 18+12=30
I suspect the area or the perimeter is missing from this question. There is an infinity of rectangles with a width of 38cm.
1inch is 2.54 cm. to convert an amount of inches to centimeters you need to divide by 2.54. Algebraic Steps / Dimensional Analysis Formula . ____ in . . 2.54 cm 1 in . = . ? cm.
area of rectangle = base x height = 9 x 10 = 90 square cms
The primary purpose of a flashlight is illumination in dark areasto provide visibility to the user.
The perimeter of a rectangle is P = 2(l + w) where: l = length w = width Let: l = 15 cm w = 10 cm Then: P = 2(15 cm + 10 cm) = 2(25 cm) = 50 cm So the perimeter of a rectangle is 50 cm.
Yes, as well as other units. A centimetre is OK for things that range in size from a pencil to a large desk. For smaller objects I would use a millimetre (or smaller unit) and for longer objects a metre or larger units.. Yes, as well as other units. A centimetre is OK for things that range in si…ze from a pencil to a large desk. For smaller objects I would use a millimetre (or smaller unit) and for longer objects a metre or larger units.. Yes, as well as other units. A centimetre is OK for things that range in size from a pencil to a large desk. For smaller objects I would use a millimetre (or smaller unit) and for longer objects a metre or larger units.. Yes, as well as other units. A centimetre is OK for things that range in size from a pencil to a large desk. For smaller objects I would use a millimetre (or smaller unit) and for longer objects a metre or larger units.. (MORE)
There is no such measure as a centermeter. A centimetre is a measure of distance so a wingspan seems a reasonable option (for an insect). There is no such measure as a centermeter. A centimetre is a measure of distance so a wingspan seems a reasonable option (for an insect). There is no such mea…sure as a centermeter. A centimetre is a measure of distance so a wingspan seems a reasonable option (for an insect). There is no such measure as a centermeter. A centimetre is a measure of distance so a wingspan seems a reasonable option (for an insect). (MORE)
Can a triangle be formed with the side lengths of 6.6 centimeters 7.3 centimeters and 15.4 centimeters?
No; for a triangle to be possible, the sum of any 2 sides must be greater than the third. For (6.6+15.4>7.3) and (7.3+15.4>6.6) it works, but (6.6+7.3>15.4) does not, since 6.6+7.3 is 13.9, less than 15.4.
What is the area in square millimeters of a rectangle with a width of 8.7 centimeters and a length of 9.3 centimeters?
The area of a rectangle is length times width. The problem gives the length and width and centimeters , so to get millimeters, multiply by ten. The length is 93 millimeters and the width is 87 millimeters. The area is then (93 mm)*(87 mm) which is 8091 square millimeters .
the measuring ruler that we use are the object which has lengthof 15 cm. . 1 ruler =15 cm.
The pencil sharpener on my desk is 5.5 cm long. However, this includes the shaving collector. The actual sharpeneritself is 2.6 cm long. But this includes the bits which guide the pencil to, and hold, theactual blade which does the sharpening and is 2.3 cm long
Musical instrument strings: 4/4 Violin 32.7 to 33.0 cm Double bass 105.0 to 110.0 cm
What if the width of a rectangle is 23 centimeters. If the perimeter of the rectangle is 104 centimeters what is the length?
Another Answer: . The length of the rectangle is 29 cm because 2*(29+23) = 104 cm which is the perimeter