Area = 10 square feet.
Such a polygon is not possible.
Area of regular polygon: 0.5*2*10 = 10 square feet
The answer will depend on the number of sides in the polygon. Since that information is not given, there can be no answer.
Area of a regular polygon equals to the one half of the product of its perimeter with the apothem. So we have: A = (1/2)(a)(P) Since our polygon has 10 sides each with length 1.2, the perimeter is 12 910 x 1.2). Substitute 12 for the perimeter, and 1.85 for the apothem in the area formula: A = (1/2)(a)(P) A = (1/2)(1.85)(12) A = 11.1 Thus, the area of the decagon is 11.1.
Even if you knew how many sides the polygon has, you stillcould not calculate its perimeter with that much information.Examples:-- An equilateral triangle with area of 20 has perimeter of 20.3885 .-- A square with area of 20 has perimeter of 17.889(rounded).-- A rectangle with area of 20 can have any perimeter more than 17.889 .4 by 5 . . . . area = 20, perimeter = 182 by 10 . . . area = 20, perimeter = 241 by 20 . . . area = 20, perimeter = 42..etc.
An apothem is the red segment in the diagram (Figure1). B is the center point of the hexagon, and the blue line are radii of the polygon. An apothem is always from the center of the polygon, to the outside, and it is always perpandicular to the side it is touching. You find the area of any polygonwith this equation: (.5) n a s In the formula, n= number of sides, a= the length of the apothem, and s= the length of any given side. Figure1: seehttp://education.yahoo.com/homework_help/math_help/solutionimages/minigeogt/10/1/1/minigeogt_10_1_1_14_90/f-548-17-1.gifHope I helped!!!
The answer will depend on what measure you are interested in: interior or exterior angles, lengths of sides, principal diagonals, apothem, area.
What is a rectangle were the area is 10 and the perimeter
No. Consider two rectangles: 1 x 10 and 4 x 5 The 1 x 10 has a perimeter of 22 and an area of 10 The 4 x 5 has a perimeter of 18 and an area of 20 Smaller perimeter, twice the area.
If perimeter is 40 then side is 10 and area is 100 sqm
Perimeter: 32 m Area: 60 m
12 x 5 x 20 ie 1200squnits. I'm not convinced you can have such a hexagon, if the side is 10 then shouldn't the apothem have to be 5 root 3?
Perimeter = 10 + 10 + 12 = 32 units. Area = 48 square units
Yes. For instance, the rectangle measuring 1 by 10 has a perimeter of 22 and an area of 10, whereas the rectangle measuring 4 by 4 has a perimeter of 16 and an area of 16.
The apothem and side length are not consistent. That is, a decagon with an apothem of 3.8 cm cannot have a side length of 2.5 cm.If the apothem is 3.8 cm then area = 46.9 cm2 whileif the side length is 2.5 cm then area = 48.1 cm2.The two answers agree at the tens place and so the most accurate answer is 50 cm2 to the nearest 10.
If you mean 10 inch per side, then the area = 10 x 10 = 100 square inches and the perimeter will be 4 x 10 = 40 inches.
No. For example, a 4x1 rectangle will have an area of 4 and a perimeter of 10. A 2x2 rectangle will have the same area of 4, but a perimeter of 8.
It depends. With a square with a side of 2, the perimeter is 8 while the area is 4. With a square with a side of 10, the perimeter is 40 while the area is 100. Usually, though, you'll find that the area is larger than the perimeter.
The area of a rectangle with a perimeter of 32 units and a width of 6 units the area is 80 square units.Improved Answer:-Area = 6*10 = 60 square unitsPerimeter = 6+6+10+10 = 32 units