Math/Geometry

posted by .

What are thre 3 figures of a 36 cm 2?

  • Math/Geometry -

    It would help if you proofread your questions before you posted them. Your post does not make sense to me.

    Online "^" is used to indicate an exponent, e.g., x^2 = x squared.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Math

    How many rectangles are thre in a 6 by 9 grid that are not squares?
  2. GEOMETRY

    what figures would you use to satisfy each combination of congruences listed?
  3. math

    hiram studied the 6 solid figures.he sorted them into 2 group of 3 figures.the figures in each group belong together for certain reasons .try to figure out hiram sorting plan. explain why the figures go together.
  4. Geometry

    How do you find the scale factor for similar figures?
  5. geometry

    determine whether each pair of figures is similar
  6. geometry

    what are the relationships between corresponding sides perimeters and areas ofsimilar figures how are the characteristics of similar figures applied in problem solving how ara these relationships applied in solving real world situations
  7. Math

    The homothetic geometry on C is (C,H) where H is the group of scaling of C. Which figures are congruent in (C,H) to the circle of radius 1 centered at 1?
  8. math geometry help

    learning geometry i need to determine whether each pair of figures is similar. and explain why or why not: since I cant draw can you help me with this pls im so lost. 1) triangle xyz <x 65 degrees <y is 65 <z is 50 line xy …
  9. geometry

    The figures are similar. The ratio of the lengths of their corresponding sides is 45:25, or 9:5. Find the ratio of their perimeters and the ratio of their areas. The figures are not drawn to scale.
  10. math

    Louis had 135 action figures, Sam had 990 action figures and Jane had 570 action figures. after jane gave an equal number of action figures to both boys, Sam had 4 times as many action figures as Louis. How many action figures did …

More Similar Questions