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Answer To find the the area, multiply the base by the height of any kind of shape. And you will also have to add the little 2 at the top of your unit. The 2 means that it is… squared. (MORE)

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Area can be described in every day terms as the number of unit squares that can be fitted into a 2 dimensional surface. It is measured in unit squares, for example cm 2 , m 2 …, square inches, square miles, etc. A mathematically acceptable definition of area is complex. See Wikipedia link below for more details on this. The area of some common shapes an be calculated using the formulas: .
Area of a rectangle = Width x Length .
Area of a circle = Î r 2 where r is the radius .
Area of an ellipse = Î ab where a is the semi-major axis and b is the semi minor axis. Please look at the alternates and fix them up. area is the number of units of square measure within a plane figure By: karacaitlin janer school:industrial valley elementary school (IVES) Area is the quantity that expresses theextent of a two-dimensional figure or shape, or planar lamina, inthe plane. Surface area is its analog on the two-dimensionalsurface of a three-dimensional object. Area can be understood asthe amount of material with a given thickness that would benecessary to fashion a model of the shape, or the amount of paintnecessary to cover the surface with a single coat.It is thetwo-dimensional analog of the length of a curve (a one-dimensionalconcept) or the volume of a solid (a three-dimensionalconcept). (MORE)

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Multiply length times width if the shape is a rectangle. Other shapes have different formulas.

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to find are, you need to multiply the two numbers of the shape. ex: 2in by 2in = 4in squared. you have to put a little 2 next to the inches.

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The area depends on the shape. For example, the area of a circle = Pi*r^2 where r is the radius. The area of a rectangle = l*w, where l is the length and w is the width.

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The area of a square or rectangle is length times the width. Example: 6in x 6in square is 6 x 6 = 36 square inches (can bewritten as 36in 2 ).

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Area is for two-dimensional shapes, like rectangles or squares, and surface area is for three-dimensional shapes, like pyramids and cylinders.

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Surface area concerns a 3-dimensional figure such as a cube or sphere. Area concerns a 2-dimensional figure such as a square or circle.

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Though the question is very vague: area is usually length timeswidth, which would give the square area. For instance: a floormeasuring (in metres) 24 x 18 = 432 square metres.… (MORE)