What is the surface area of one side of a shark tooth if it measures 5cm across the base and the height is 6cm?
If it is triangular, area = height x base/2 = 5 x 6 /2 = 15 centimetres squared.
Total surface area including the end caps:-(2*pi*52)+(10*pi*6) = 110*pi square cm
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.
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.
Surface area = pi*4*6 = 75.398 square cm
The Answer to you question is...36 sqaured Willy12*6=72cm 72/2 = 36cm squared.
The formula is... h x d x pi. An approximate mental arithmetic calculation yields just over 94cm3
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
Any length you want.
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)
A=1/2(b)(h). So A=1/2(6cm)(4cm). A=12cm^2, or 12 squared centimeters.
If a cell's surface area is 6cm cubed and its surface area is 1cm cubed then what is the ratio of surface area to volume?
oh dear If a cell's surface area is 6 SQUARE cms and its VOLUME is 1cm cubed then the ratio of surface area to volume is 6:1
252π cm2 ≈ 791.68 cm2 Surface area = area end + area_side + area_end = 2 x (area_end) + (height x circumference_of_end) = 2 x (π x radius2) + (height x 2 x π x radius) = 2 x π x radius x (radius + height) = 2 x π x 6 cm x (6 cm + 15 cm) = 252π cm2 ≈ 791.68 cm2
I think it's probably 6 times 4 which is 24… I think.
The area is 60cm2
I'm pretty sure its 20 cm but I'm not sure.
Volume = 216 cm3Surface area = 216 cm2
A square pyramid has a base with a side that measures 6cm the height of the pyramid is 4cm what is the volume of the pyramid?
The volume of the pyramid is: 48 cm3
SA = 904.78 cm2
2.5 x 2.5 x 6 x pi = 117.75 cm2
assuming its an isosceles triangle, then its 16 cm high
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… Read More
Rectangles, being two-dimensional, don't have volume. The volume of the object you're describing is 240 cubic centimeters.
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.
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
A cube cannot have sides with different lengths.
The area of the square is 18 cm2 The area of a square is: area = side2 By Pythagoras: side2 + side2 = diagonal2 ⇒ 2 side2 = diagonal2 ⇒ side2 = diagonal2 ÷ 2 ⇒ area = diagonal2 ÷ 2 diagonal = 6cm, so: area = (6 cm)2 ÷ 2 ⇒ area = 18 cm2
hexagon has six sides, perimeter = 6*6= 36cm
What is is the surface area of a rectangular prism with a length of 9cm a width of 7cm and a height of 6cm?
It is: 42+42+54+54+63+63 = 318 square cm
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 cosines and 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 of cosines 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… Read More
4 cm Because area equal base x height 24/6=4
Volume = pi*52*6 = 471.239 cubic cm (rounded to 3 dp).
Area = 11*6 = 66 cm2
The surface area of a cylinder with a radius of 6cm and a height of 9cm is 565.5 units2
A right triangle cannot have those lengths, so no. It would be a scalene triangle (no sides are the same)
Area is found by A=Bh. B is base length,and h is height. A is area. So, to solve this problem, you would say the base length, 6 cm, and the height , 4 cm, and multiply them. 6x4=24. The are of the rectangle would have an area of 24 cm. squared.
Surface area = (2*pi*32) + (pi*6*9)) = 72*pi which is about 226 square cm
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.
Let the vertices of the hexagon be A, B, C, D, E and F. Join AD, BE and CF. These lines intersect at point M.The external angle of a hexagon =360/6 =60° . The corresponding internal angle is 120°.The lines drawn bisect the internal angle at each vertex. The angles of ∆ABM are 60°, 60° and thus the angle at M is also 60° - the triangle is therefore equilateral with a side length of… Read More
It has 2 sides of 5 cm and 2 sides of 6 cm so the perimeter is 22 cm
This cant be answer because we need to know which is the height and which is the length .
You have have know the length of all three sides - not just one side - and add them together.
Assuming external area is the surface area. 2 x 6 x 4 = 48 sq cm (top and bottom area) 2 x 6 x 4 = 48 sq cm (two sides) 2 x 4 x 4 = 16 sq cm (two ends) 48 + 48 + 16 = 112 square centimetres is the total surface area.
Area = 15.58846 cm2