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Try your hardest to complete the journey of multipication geometry and division.

If the width is 13cm and the height is 14cm what is the area of the rectangle? 182cm2
188 x 97= 18,236
What is the volume of a shape with a width of 75cm a length of 12cm and a height of 80cm? 72,000
If a square has one side that is 46cm what is the perimeter of the shape? 184cm
104/26= 4
Find the area of a square that has the height of 215in. 860in
What is the difference between diameter and radius? A diameter is a line that goes through the center of a circle.And radius is a chord that starts from the center of a circle to a point on the circomfrence.
725/5 145
200 x 3 600
What is the area of a triangle which the area of the rectangle is 64 x 4? 128
What is the formula for the perimeter? Add up all the lengths of the sides to get the perimeter.
How do I get the radius? Divide the diameter by 2.
How do you multiply to get the volume? L x H x W
How do you get the area? L x W
What is the difference between circumference and the chord? The circumference is the boarder. A chord is the diameter, radius, or a random line segment connected to some points of the circle.
Created by: JennElinMadiEve