# What is the surface area of one side of a shark tooth if it measures 5cm across the base and the height is 6cm?

# What is the surface area of a prism with a height of 4 m when its base is an equilateral triangle with sides of 6 m?

Answer .
Area of base 18m 2 .
Area of each side 12m 2 .
Total area 54m 2

# What is the area for a rectangle that's 6cm in height and 9cm wide?

the area is 54cm squared. which is a little 2 at the top of where m in the cm finishes.

# A cylinder of base radious 4cm is opened at one end if the ratio of the area of its base to that of its curved surface is 134 calculate the height of the cylinder?

\nthe base area is = PI * radius^2\n= PI*16\nthe area of the curved \nsurface is = 2*PI*radius*height\n= 2*PI*4*h ( h - is the height )\n= 8*PI*h\n.
\nthe ratio base area : curved surface = 134\nPI * 16 : 8 * PI *h\n( PI*16 )/( 8 * PI * h) = 134\n.
\n2/h = 134\n.
\nh = ( 1/67 )//

# How do you find the length of one side of a rectangle if the area is 57cm2 and one length is 6cm?

The are of a rectangle is equal to the product of the lengths of its base and altitude. Since its area is 57cm^2, it seems that the altitude is 6 cm. So, A = bh 57 = 6b b = 57/6 b = 9.5 cm

# How do you find the surface area of a pentagon based pyramid with slant height of 11 meters and a side length of 3 meters?

Calculate the area of the 5 individual triangles that make the pyramid and the area of the pentagonal base and add these six areas together. A triangle = 1/3 Base x Height A pentagon = (Perimeter x Apothem)/2 Apothem = side length/(2Tan(â/Number of sides))

# How do you calculate the volume of an irregular 3D object if you know the surface area of one side and the height?

If the object is irregular you have no hope of calculating its volume from any known dimensions. The easiest way to find its volume is to fill a container full of a liquid (with which the object will not react). Submerge the object in the liquid and collect the liquid displaced. The volume of the displaced liquid, which should be easily measurable, will be the same as that of the object.

# One side is 5cm What is the cube's volume?

You have a cube that all the lengths are 5 cm. and the formula for volume is (b)(h)(l)=v, or base times height times length. and since that its a square that you're working with you could do 5 3 because 5 times 5 times 5 is equal to 5 cubed. 5 3 is 125. So, the volume is going to be 125 cm 3 , or 125 cubic cm.

# What is the base measurement of triangle with an area of 30m and a height of 10m?

The area of a triangle is one-half the product of the base and the height. Therefore, the base of this triangle must be 60/10 = 6 meters.

# If a triangle had sides of length equal to 5cm 6cm and 9cm would it be a right triangle?

A right triangle cannot have those lengths, so no. It would be a scalene triangle (no sides are the same)

# What is the base of an obtuse angled triangle with an area of 32cm squared and a perpendicular height of 6cm?

Area = base x altitude /2 so base = 2 x area/altitude = 64/6 = 10 & 2/3 cm.

# What is the area of a triangle with base 12 cm and height 6cm?

Area = (Base x Height) divided by 2. 12cm x 6cm = 72cm sq. 72cm sq. divided by 2 = 36 cm sq. Area of triangle = 36 cm square

# An open topped box has a square base bottom and a height of 7cm If the surface area of the five sides of the box is 165 cm squared find the dimensions of the square base?

4 x h x b + b 2 = 165 4 x 7 x b + b 2 = 165 28b + b 2 = 165 0 = b 2 + 28b - 165 using quadratic formula b = 5

# What is the total surface area of a cylinder whose radius equals 6cm and height equals 30cm?

A cylinder has 2 circular ends and the curved side. If the cylinder was a drinks can, then it could be cut down from one ciircular end to the other and the side uncurled to give a rectangle with one dimension the height of the cylinder and the other the circumference of the circular end. Thus the surface area of a cylinder is twice the area of an end plus the circumference of the end times the height of the cylinder: area = 2{pi}r 2 + 2{pi}rh = 2{pi}r(r + h) = 2{pi}6(6 + 30) = 12{pi}36 = 432{pi} ~= 1357.2 cm 2 .

# Perimeter of a rectangle 5cm by 6cm?

It has 2 sides of 5 cm and 2 sides of 6 cm so the perimeter is 22 cm

# The area of a triangle is 45cm2 the base of the triangle is 6cm what is the height of the triangle?

Area of a triangle = 1/2 x base x altitude(height) On putting given values, we get 45cm 2 = 1/2 x 6cm x height(altitude)cm 45 = 3 x altitude altitude = 15 cm Answer to the question is 15cm.

# What is the area and perimeter of a right-angled trapezoid whose bases are 17cm and 8cm with a height of 6cm?

Area = 1/2*(17+8)*6 = 75 cm 2 Use Pythagoras' theorem to find the sloping side of the trapezoid: 6 2 +9 2 = 117 and the square root of this is about 10.8 Perimeter = 17+8+6+10.8 = 41.8 cm

# How do you work out the surface area of a cylinder with the height of 9cm and the diametre of 6cm?

Surface area = (2*pi*3 2 ) + (pi*6*9)) = 72*pi which is about 226 square cm

# What is the perimeter of a rectangle with one side 5cm if it has an area of 35cm2?

Area = 35 cm 2 and one side = 5 cm => other side = 7 cm So perimeter = 2(5 + 7) = 2*12 = 24 cm

# How do you work out the area of an iscosolese triangle when one side is 5cm?

If that's all you know about it, then you can't figure out the area. There are an infinite number of different isosceles triangles that all have a 5-cm side but different areas. You need to know more about it than just the length of one side.

# What is the perimeter for a triangle if one side is 6cm?

You have have know the length of all three sides - not just one side - and add them together.

# What is the area of a square that measures 6cm on one side?

If it is a square then all sides are the same length, so the area would be length x width. In this case that would be 6 x 6, which equals 36 cm squared.

# What is area of a triangle whose base measures 36 meters and sides are 20 meters each Height unknown?

A triangle with side a: 36, side b: 20, and side c: 20 meters has an area of 156.92 square meters.

# What is area of a triangle whose base measures 3 meters and sides are 20 meters each Height unknown?

A triangle with side a: 3, side b: 20, and side c: 20 meters has an area of 29.92 square meters.

# Can a triangle have sides of 5cm 6cm and 7cm?

Yes, it can. And if you do the math, some basic trigonometry, you can calculate the angles in the triangle.

# What is the surface area of a pentagon with a measure of 6 on one side?

Split it up into 10 equal triangles with base length 3 and get 45tan54 o = 61.937 Check it out I could be wrong.

# What one has a greater area 6cm or 5cm and 7cm?

Information provided in the question is not enough to answer. We can only say that for the given lengths: 7cm > 6cm > 5cm

# What is the surface area of a cone with the height 24 and the base is 7?

A cone with height 24 and the base diameter 7 has a surface area of305.17 units 2

# What is the area of a triangle having a base of 10cm and a height of 5cm?

To work out the area of a triangle do 1/2 x base x height. So its 1/2 x 10 x 5 = 25cm squared :)

# How do you get the surface area of a cylinder having the same base and height?

Surface area = 2*pi*r 2 + 2*pi*r*h square units where r is the radius and h is the height. If height = diameter of the base, then h = 2r so that area = 2*pi*r 2 + 2*pi*r*2r = 6*pi*r 2

# What is the volume of a cylinder with diamter of 6cm and height of 5cm?

The formula is... h x d x pi. An approximate mental arithmetic calculation yields just over 94cm 3

# What is the surface area of a cylinder with a height of 15cm and a radius of 6cm?

252Ï cm 2 â 791.68 cm 2 .
Surface area = area end + area_side + area_end = 2 x (area_end) + (height x circumference_of_end) = 2 x (Ï x radius 2 ) + (height x 2 x Ï x radius) = 2 x Ï x radius x (radius + height) = 2 x Ï x 6 cm x (6 cm + 15 cm) = 252Ï cm 2 â 791.68 cm 2 .

# How do you find the perimeter of an isosceles trapezoid when one of its parallel sides is 6cm greater than its other parallel side and has a height of 4cm with an area of 34cm?

First find the lengths of the parallel sides and let the parallel sides be x+6 and x: 1/2*(x+6+x)*4 = 34 sq cm Multiply both sides by 2 and then divide both sides by 4: 2x+6 = 17 Subtract 6 from both sides and then divide both sides by 2 to to find the value of x: x = 5.5 Therefore the parallel sides are: 5.5cm and 11.5cm Each side of the trapezoid will have a right angle triangle with a base of 3 and a height of 4 and by usiing Pythagoras' theorem each hypotenuse works out as 5cm So the perimeter is: 5.5+11.5+5+5 = 27cm

# Can you find the base and height measurements for a triangle if the area is 22?

No. .
I can only find the height in terms of the base (and area) of the triangle, or the base in terms of the height (and area) of the triangle. Specifically, since: area = 1 / 2 x base x height â 22 = 1 / 2 x base x height â 44 = base x height.
I can rearrange that to: height = 44 Ã· base .
or base = 44 Ã· height .
For example, the triangle could have a base of 11 units and a height of 4 units; alternatively, the triangle could have a base of 10 units and a height of 4.4 units; or, the triangle could have a height of 2 units and a base of 22 units; etc.

# What is the third side of a triangle if the area is 39squared and the base measures h plus 7 and the height measures h?

The base is 13 units and the height is 6 units so use these dimensions to determine the 3rd side of the triangle.

# What is the area of 9cm base and 6cm height?

It would help to answer the question if there was any information about the shape itself: a triangle, a parallelogram, ... Clearly, that was too much to expect.

# What is the surface area of a regular pyramid with side length 8 and slant height 9 the number of the side of the base is given by 3?

Such a pyramid cannot exist. If it is a regular pyramid with side length 8, its slant height MUST be less than 8. In fact, it is approx 6.39.

# What is the surface area of a cylinder with radius of 6cm and a height of 10cm?

Area of cylinder = circumference x height = 2r x Pi x h = 12cm x Pi x 10cm = 120 x Pi square centimetres = 376.9911 cm 2 (to nearest 4th decimal)

# How you find the base height and sides of a triangle if you only have the area?

With great difficulty - it is impossible without further information. For example: .
A triangle with sides 3, 4, 5 - base 3, height 4 has area 6 units 2 ; .
a triangle with sides 2, 6, ~6.32 (â40) - base 2 height 6 has area 6 units 2 . Both the triangles have the same area but different sides; those are both right angled triangles, but other ones are possible, eg a triangle with sides 2.5, ~4.92 ( 1 / 2 x â97), 6 also has base 6 and height 2 and an area 6 units 2 .

# What is the area of a hexagon if one side is 5cm?

It is not possible to answer a question given only the length of one side of a hexagon unless we are told it is a regular hexagon. I added a link that lets you calculate areas of regular polygons.

# What is the area of an iscosceles triangle that has a base of 5cm and a height of 7cm?

The area of a triangle = 1/2*base*height = 1/2*5*7 = 17.5 cm 2 ..
The fact that it is an isosceles triangle is irrelevant..

# What is the surface area of a square pyramid of 9cm and 6cm?

The surface area of a square pyramid depends on the lengths of the sides of the square base and of the vertical height. While the question does give two linear measures, it does not say which is which! And without that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.

# What is the total surface area of a cone whose radius is 5cm and height is 9cm?

Total surface area: (pi*5 2 )+(pi*5*slant length) = 240.263 square cm to 3 decimal places Note that by using Pythagoras' theorem the slant length works out as the square root of 106

# What is volume of a rectangle with length 8cm width 5cm and height 6cm?

Rectangles, being two-dimensional, don't have volume. The volume of the object you're describing is 240 cubic centimeters.

# What is the surface area of a sphere with a circumference of 6cm?

Radius: 6/(2*pi) = 0.9549296586 Surface area: 4*pi*0.9549296586 2 = 11.4591559 or as 11.459 square cm to three decimal places

# What is the area of a square with base 12cm and height 6cm?

There is no such square with those dimensions but if you mean a rectangle then 12*6 = 72 square cm

# What is the surface area of a cylinder with a radius of 6cm and a height of 9cm?

The surface area of a cylinder with a radius of 6cm and a height of9cm is 565.5 units 2

# One side of an equilateral triangle measures 6cm Find the measures of an altitude of a triangle?

drop a line from the vertex to the bottom line of the triangle \nyou get a right angle triangle with side 6, 3 and x where x is the altitude of the triangle \n6^2=3^2+x^2 use pythagoreus theorem \n36=9+x^2 \nx=sqrt 27=3sqrt3=5.196cm\n.

# How do you find an angle in a triangle using the area and two sides Area 12.5cm2 Side a 6cm Side b 5cm?

That is a bit complicated. You need to know sines and cosinesand more geometry. .
Given area K and 2 sides a and b ,the relation is K = (1/2)(absinC); solve for angle C; then the third side c, from law ofcosines is c =sqrt (a squared +b squared -2abcosC); then sin A =2K/bc and .
sin B = 2K/ac. solve for angles B and C. In your case,approximately, C = 56 degrees, A =52 degrees and B = 72 degrees

# What is the area of the square whose side measures 2x-5cm?

If you mean sides of 2x -5 then using the quadratic equation formula each side is 2.5cm and 2.5 times 2.5 = 6.25 square cm

# What is the radius of the circumcircle of a triangle with sides of 4cm by 5cm by 6cm?

Using the cosine rule the biggest angle is: 82.81924422 degrees .
Using radius formula for circumcircle of a triangle the radius is: 3.023715784 cm