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.
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The surface area is 150 cm 2
What is the volume of a book if you has the following measurements length 5cm width is 2cm and the height is 6cm?
5cm x 2cm x 6cm = 60 cubic cm.
SA = 904.78 cm 2
90 cm 3
Total surface area including the end caps:- (2*pi*5 2 )+(10*pi*6) = 110*pi square cm
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.
The area is 60cm 2
Information provided in the question is not enough to answer. We can only say that for the given lengths: 7cm > 6cm > 5cm
252Ï cm 2 â 791.68 cm 2 . Surface area = area end + area_side + area_end = 2 x (area_end) + (height x circumference_of_end) = 2 x (Ï x radius 2 ) + (heig…ht x 2 x Ï x radius) = 2 x Ï x radius x (radius + height) = 2 x Ï x 6 cm x (6 cm + 15 cm) = 252Ï cm 2 â 791.68 cm 2 .
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.
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 cm 2 (to nearest 4th decimal)
Area is 18cm 2
Area = 10*5 = 50 square cm
Surface area = pi*4*6 = 75.398 square cm
The surface area of a cylinder with a radius of 6cm and a height of9cm is 565.5 units 2