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  • 5 years ago

Please help with two questions both are multiple questions

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  1. anonymous
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    what is the area of a hexagon with side a?

  3. anonymous
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    idk

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    12*6=72

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    that is the perimeter. a hexagon can be thought of as 5 equilateral triangles stuck side by side of side a. so it is 5 times the area of a equilateral triangle of side a. do you know the formula for finding out the area of an equilateral triangle of side a?

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    sorry 6 equilateral triangles. it is 6 times the area of a equilateral triangle.

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    not that i can remember

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    would this be the base area 374.12

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    yes.

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    and then for the second one it would be A for both of them

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    Yes.

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    okay thank you

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    Actually, I am sure the base area is greater for the cone. I am not sure about the volume just by looking at the dimensions.

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    base area for the cone is 452.39in and for the prism its 172.05in

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