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Q: What is the perimeter of this shape 7cm x 10cm equal?

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Assuming the object is a rectangle, the perimeter is (2 x 7cm) + (2 x 10 cm) = 34cm

Perimeter =7+7+10+10 = 34 cm

The perimeter is the addition of the all the sides of the shape. For example if a rectangle has two sides which are 4cm and two sides which are 7cm, then the perimeter will be 4cm+4cm+7cm+7cm. The perimeter would therefore be 22cm. The area of a shape is gotten by multiplying the length and breadth of the shape. For example, in a rectangle witrh the same measurements above, the area will be 4cm x 7cm and that would 28cm. You have to use the square sign but I can't do that here.

10cm x 7cm x 12cm =840 square cm3

Perimeter = 6*7 = 42 cm

Find the perimeter of 7cm and 8cm

70 square cm.

Perimeter = 4*7 = 28 cm

Perimeter = 8*7 = 56 cm

The answer is, you can draw a rectangle with these measurements: 6cm and 9cm 5cm and 10cm 7cm and 8cm

Perimeter = sum of the lengths of sides = 5* 7 cm = 35 cm

42cm

20cm

22 cm

6+9+7+10=32 ÷ 4 = 8cm

7 cm x 3 sides = 21 cm perimeter.

Assuming that this is a rectangle, you know that the length (longer side) would be 7cm, and the width (shorter side) would be 6cm. The formula for perimeter is, 2(length) + 2(width) = Perimeter Now we can plug in our numbers, 2(7cm) + 2(6cm) = 14cm + 12cm = 26cm The perimeter would be 26cm, assuming that this is a rectangle ^^

Area 42 cm2, perimeter 26 cm.

63 cmPerimeter = 2 x (Length + Width) = 2 x (9cm + 7cm) = 2 x 16cm = 32cm

It is: 3*7 = 21cm

70mm

The perimeter of a circle is equal to pi times the diameter, so for a circle with a diameter of 14 cm, multiply by pi, which is approximately 3.14, and you get 43.96 cm, which for most purposes you could round off to 44 cm.

10*7*5 =350 cubic centimetres.

Volume = 20*7*10 = 1400 cubic cm

7cm = 0.070000m (m being metres). In case it should have been millimetres! 7cm = 70 mm