No. You'd have to add all the measure of the sides up to actually find the perimeter.
It is not possible if the two geometric figures are finite.
Are a plane can do a hoop around a plane 200000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 times is it possible in one day?
The distance around a circle is called the circumference of it. To find the circumference, multiply its radius by 2, then multiply by pi.
A distance around a figure for a figure with straight sides it is the sum of the lengths of the sides?
Yes, and it is called the perimeter.
Circumference = 2 pi R = 2,500 meters R = 2,500/2 pi Area = pi R2 = pi (2500)2/4 pi2 1 hectare = (100 meters)2 Area = (25)2/4 pi = 49.736 hectares (rounded)
Circumference = Pi x d: 3.14 x 42 = 131.88 yards.
Think of any figure, with any shape, on the graph with the origin inside the shape. Now think of any point inside the shape (except the origin). Now, in your imagination, slowly and carefully turn the shape 180 degrees around the origin ... as if it were stuck to the origin with a pin, and you gave it 1/2 turn on the pin. What happened to the point you were thinking of ? If the… Read More
The distance around any object is called its perimeter. The perimeter of a circle has a specific formula: 2(pi)r where pi is a number that is approximately 3.14 and r represents the circle's radius. In this case we are given the circle's diameter, however remember that the diameter of a circle equals two times its radius. So if: d = 50' and d = 2r Then r = 25' Now plus this radius into or… Read More
It is its perimeter.
Not necessarily. A sphere is a "space" figure, but is not made up of planes.
What is a 3 dimensional geometric figure whose cross section is constant in planes drawn perpendicular to its axis called?
If your definition of parallel lines is that they never meet, then the answer is yes. If, however, the definition is that they remain equidistant from one another at all points, then, in my opinion, the answer is no.It is difficult to explain the second without recourse to diagrams which are very difficult to manage on this site. So consider a cube with vertices ABCD forming the top face and EFGH (in corresponding order) forming… Read More
What is a round solid figure in which any point on its surface is the same distance from its center an area of interest?
It is a sphere
Is it true that if a line is parallel to a plane then any plane containing that line is always parallel to the given plane?
No. A line can be contained by many, many planes,Picture this,A rectangle with corners - going clockwise - A, B, C and D is the screen of your computer. This is a plane figure.1 inch away from it a line runs from A1 to C1.The line is parallel to the plane.Now, take a sheet of paper with corners E, F, G and H, and place corner E at corner A of the screen, and place… Read More
no because for a square all the angles have to be equal and in a rhombus they aren't
That's a sphere.
It is true. The circumference of a circle is the distance around the circle.
Yes, due to the definition of congruent figures.
The isosceles triangle had a side of 4.6 inches and a base of 3.9 inches. What was the distance around it?
An isosceles triangle is a triangle with two equal sides. To find the perimeter of the triangle, you simply need to add together the lengths of the base and the two sides. So: 3.9 + 4.6 +4.6 = 13.1 inches.
Which of the following are true statements about a regular polygon is it a closed figure It is a closed figure. B. It is a quadrilateral. C. All of its angles measure 90. D. It is a hexagon.?
Only A (It is a closed figure) is true. The rest are incorrect because they define specific regular polygons. If you consider B (It is a quadrilateral), you must follow the logic that all quadrilaterals are polygons but not all polygons are quadrilaterals (an easier-to-follow example of this logic is: All fathers are male, but not all males are fathers).
A is a line that intersects the plane in a point and is perpendicular to every line in the plane that intersects it?
I believe the answer is "perpendicular line". Forgive me if I'm wrong :)
A paper airplane is affected by its shape in just about every way. Drag, efficiency and performance are all affected by the aircraft's shape.
A figure is made from 8 unit blocks It is 3 units tallwhat is the maximum length the figure could be?
It is: 5 blocks in length
What is the equation of the line that connects the points 0 1 to 1 0 and its distance on the Cartesian plane?
Points: (0, 1) and (1, 0)Slope: -1Equation: y = -x+1Distance: square root of 2
Every polygon is 2-dimensional.
Which two-dimensional figure could be a cross section of a rectangular pyramid that has been intersected by a plane perpendicular to its base and not through its vertex?
How do you find the surface area of a figure if you know the volume of it and a figure similar to it?
SA = 2lw+2lh+2wh
What is th example of a figure not formed with any line segments and with all its points at the same distance from the center point?
What is the locus of a moving point so that the distance between it and a line is equal to the distance between it and a fixed point?
It is going to look like a somewhat of a quadratic parabola.
It is a federal registration mark in the US.
A figure does not have a converse in the normal sense of the word. A converse may be considered as a transformation of a figure resulting from a projection from a point but then the result depends on where the centre of projection is located.
you can make a square that has an area of 16 and a perimeter of 16 by making it 4by4. this is done by drawing 4 blocks down the side and thaen an extra 3 blocks off the bottom so there's your 4 by 4 square.* * * * *Or a circle with radius 2 units.Or an equilateral triangle with sides of length 2*√3and there are many more.
This is called the diameter. Radius is from the center of the circle to the outside. The Diameter can be found using these formulas. C=2(pie)r or A=(pie)r^2. Sorry didnt know how to type in a pie symbol. But C - Circumference, R- Radius. Double the radius to find the diameter. Good luck! Hope i answered your question.