All you have to do is add up all the sides. And that's you perimeter.
Unless I've really misunderstood, the perimeter of a hexagon whose sides are length 4.55 is 6*4.55 = 27.3. As a hexagon has 6 sides.
A hexagon has 6 sides. The area of a regular hexagon that has a perimeter of 60 cm is 259.81 cm squared.
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A hexagon has 6 sides, and if each side is 1 meter, we multiply this by the number of sides (6) to get 1 x 6 which is 6. Therefore, the perimeter is 6 meters.
measure i side and times it times 6 * * * * * That only works with a regular hexagon and that cannot be assumed. You need to measure each of the six sides and sum the measures.
That is usually called "perimeter". You calculate it by adding the six sides.
for perimeter add up the lengths of the six sides and for area divide the hexagon into six equilateral triangle, find the area of one, and multiply the product by six
Diameter is "through", not "around". To find the perimeter ("around"), add the length of the six sides.
The area of a given hexagon is equal to the area of an equilateral triangle whose perimeter is 36 inches. Find the length of a side of the regular hexagon.Click once to select an item at the bottom of the problem.
Assuming that neither of the sides of equal length is the base, Perimeter = Base + 2*Slanted sides.
If there is regular polygon(having equal sides), then perimeter is L*N where L is length of side and N is no. of sides. If polygon is not regular then may Perimeter is equal to sum of all sides, if size of each side is known.
A regular hexagon has six sides. You simply multiply the side length by six: 13 x 6 = 78
Only if you know what kind of polygon you have. If you know that you have a hexagon and one side is 1 cm, the perimeter is 6 cm. You only have to know the length of one side, since a regular polygon has equal sides. Perimeter or a regular polygon is the length of each side times the number of sides. You need to know both pieces to find the perimeter. ■
Side length is about 58cm and the perimeter is about 348cm
You know that one side of a hexagon is 7.5 cm. You also know that a hexagon has 6 sides. So to find the perimeter, you just multiply 7.5 cm. by 6, or you can add 7.5 cm. six times. Either way, the answer you'll find is 45 cm.
An equilateral triangle is going to have three equal sides. The perimeter is the sum of all three sides. To find the answer, divide the Perimeter (25.2 in.) by 3 (three sides) 25.2 in. / 3 = 8.4 in.
The perimeter of a triangle is equal to the length of its three sides added together. If you do not know the lengths of the sides, there are many different mathematical techniques for discovering them.
find the perimeter of a decagon if all off the sides equal 4mi.
the perimeter is the sum of the length of every side of the geometrical figure. In your case, since you have 4 sides two of which are equal, the perimeter would be 2*(a+b) where a and b are the length of two sides
it depends what shape it is but if it is a square then you find four equal sides that add up to the total
The answer depends on the information available.
Measure and add the lengths together.
40.8 units. (six sides x 6.8 = 6 x 6.8 = 40.8)
In general you cannot find the perimeter of any shape if only the area is given.
Assuming the hexagon is equilateral (all six sides are the same length) 1) Draw a straight line from each angle in the hexagon (where the sides meet each other) to the angle on the opposite side of the hexagon. You have divided the hexagon into 6 parts now. 2) Find the center point of each line forming the sides of the hexagon. Draw a line from each center point to the opposite side's center point so that all lines drawn are at right angles to the sides. You will have 12 equal parts