What is the area of a triangle measuring 6CM x 10CM x 8CM?
This cant be answer because we need to know which is the height and which is the length .
It is a right angle triangle and its largest angle is 90 degrees Read More
Area is 18cm2 Read More
V = 10cm * 6cm * 5cm = 300cm3 Read More
Draw a right angled triangle with legs of 4cm and 6cm Read More
Yes, an equilateral triangle has 3 congruent sides. Read More
27cm squared Read More
What is the length of the longest side of a right angled triangle if the two shorter sides are 6cm and 8cm?
Using Pythagoras' theorem the longest side which is the hypotenuse works out as 10cm Read More
Area = 15.58846 cm2 Read More
The area is 60cm2 Read More
Area = 11*6 = 66 cm2 Read More
assuming its an isosceles triangle, then its 16 cm high Read More
A = 24cm2 Read More
For an equilateral triangle with side length a, area = (aÂ²âˆš3)/4, which for a= 6cm is 15.6 cmÂ² [rounded to 1 decimal place] Read More
A right angle triangle fits the dimensions given Read More
The area is: 15.6 (15.58846) square inches. Read More
1/2*6*4 = 12 square cm Read More
A=1/2(b)(h). So A=1/2(6cm)(4cm). A=12cm^2, or 12 squared centimeters. Read More
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 Read More
The area of a right angled triangle is 30sqcm one leg is 6cmlong what is the length of the other leg?
the area of a right angled triangle is 30sqcm one leg is 6cm what is the length of the other one Read More
The answer is 240 cubic centimeters. Read More
I think it's probably 6 times 4 which is 24… I think. Read More
The Pythagorean theorem only applies to right triangles. It states that a^2 + b^2 = c^2. If a is 6 and b is 8, then 36 + 64 = 100, which is 10^2. Read More
Area of cylinder = circumference x height = 2r x Pi x h = 12cm x Pi x 10cm = 120 x Pi square centimetres = 376.9911 cm2 (to nearest 4th decimal) Read More
Area of a triangle = 1/2 x base x altitude(height) On putting given values, we get 45cm2 = 1/2 x 6cm x height(altitude)cm 45 = 3 x altitude altitude = 15 cm Answer to the question is 15cm. Read More
33 cm squared. The formula for calculating the area of a triangle is (base x height)/2. 11x6 is 66. 66 divided by 2 is 33. Read More
A right triangle has legs 6cm and 8cm How far from the vertex must this triangle be cut by a line parallel to the longer leg so that the area of the smaller right triangle is equal to the area of the?
it is 24in The area of the first triangle is 24 [(6*8)/2]. The area of the smaller triangle is 12 [24/2]. The two legs will have a relationship of [4/3x to x], the same as any right triangle. Read More
Label t radius 6cm the height 8cm and the slant height 10cm Read More
Three measures of length cannot define a pyramid. Read More
The volume is 1130.97 cm3 Read More
No because it would be an isosceles triangle Read More
About 10cm in a year, for thick hair, and for thinner hair it ranges from 6cm-9cm Read More
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. Read More
No because the dimensions given relate to an isosceles triangle. Read More
Yes, it can. And if you do the math, some basic trigonometry, you can calculate the angles in the triangle. Read More
The height or altitude of triangle: (2*45)/15 = 6cm Check: 0.5*15*6 = 45 square cm Read More
The volume is 10*6*4 = 240 cm3 Read More
The Answer to you question is... 36 sqaured Willy 12*6=72cm 72/2 = 36cm squared. Read More
Yes it is Read More
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. Read More