there is no " weight " on a rectangle.
if you mean WIDTH: Keeping in mind that the formula to find an Area of a Rectangle as follow: A= LW ,where A: Area in Square Units, L:Length , W: Width
yes their is a "weight" to a rectangle. The formula is W=V(volume)xWD(weight density)
A rectangle is a two dimensional object: height, width and length are three dimensions.
length is base and height is width
Divide the width by the length: width -------- height
A rectangle has only two dimensions, for example, length and width. The longest side is usually called the length, the other side, the width.
A rectangle has only two dimensions, for example, length and width. If you multiply that, you get the area. A rectangular box has a length, width, and height. If you multiply all three, you get the volume.
Length and Width (or Height)
multiply length times height times width
Height = Area divided by Length
A rectangle is a two dimensional object, with length and width but not height. An object with length, width and height could be a cuboid, in which case is it still the area that is required or the volume?
The formula for the volume of a rectangle is length x width x height. The area i just length x width
A rectangle only has 2 dimensions. The longer one is usually called the length, and the shorter one is usually called the width. But if the rectangle happens to be standing up on one of its sides, then either the length or width may become its height. Whenever you see "height" of a rectangle, that number will be either the length or the width of the rectangle when the drawing is lying flat on the desk.
There is no "height" of a rectangle, unless it's a rectangular prism. Do you mean the length? If you have the area of the rectangle, the equation should be:A= L x WPlug in the area and the length and solve for the width, or plug in the area the width of the rectangle, and solve for the length.
The area of a parallelogram is the length times the vertical height. In a rectangle, the vertical height is the same as the width so the area is length times width.
You are describing a cuboid, not a rectangle. A rectangle has only two diminutions, length and width.
The length of the rectangle is 18cm. The width of the rectangle is 9cm.
A rectangle is a two dimensional figure. The question gives two dimensions (width and height) - you can't ask for a third dimension of 'length' because two are the limit.If you are looking for the length of the perimeter of this rectangle, it is 58.
length x width x height or length x breadth x height
The volume of a solid rectangle is equal to Length x Width x Height. So, 20cm x 10cm x 5cm would be 1000cm cubed.
A rectangle is a good, simple shape to begin with. The area of a rectangle is equal to the product of the length of its base and the length of its height. The height is a segment that is perpendicular to the base. For a rectangle, the base and height are often called the "length" and the "width", and sometimes the height is referred to as the "altitude."
you can't. you must be given the length, width and height as the formula is: lhw (length x height x width).
To work out the area of a rectangle, multiply the length and the width. Therefore: Area=23*20=460
if the length is 36 on a rectangle then what is the width of the rectangle
multiply length and width,then width and height,then height and width then add your answers together the double it.
No, the area of a rectangle is just length x width. A rectangle has no height - it is a two-dimensional figure. Length x width x height represents the volume of a rectangular block.