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# Area of a retangle?

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###### Answered 2009-02-18 22:46:16

The area of a rectangle is length x width.

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You have to multiply the two dimensions to get the area. In this case the answer will be 600 square feet.

Amy wants to build a rectangular corral. The area of the corral will be 240 square feet. Which length and width are NOT possible for Amy's corall

If you meant to say "rectangle", then yes.

W = (347/2) - L, so you need the length, or the area, but that involves a more complex calculation...

A = area l = length w = width A = l x w A = 10 ft. x 12 ft. A = 120 ft.2

As an example: 4 x 5 = 20, when doubled only once, it is 8 x 10 = 80

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Swell nothing really a rectangle is anparralelagram

Add the length and width of the rectangle. That would do it.

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Let the length be 2x and the width be x: length*width = area 2x*x = 162 2x2 = 162 x2 = 81 x = 9 Therefore: length = 18 units and width = 9 units

45 meters square +++ 45 square metres, of any outlined area. The difference is that "square (units)" define area, whereas "(units) square" defines a square of side lengths of that number of units. So a 45 metre square has an area of 45 x 45m = 2025m^2.

None because a rectangle has 4 interior right angles

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