Area of rectangle: 12 times 4 = 48 square cm
The length in centimetres multiplied by the width in centimetres will give you the area in square centimetres.
The area is 48 cm2, and hello!
The area of the rectangle is 6 mm2 which is 0.06 cm2 Unfortunately, due to the rules of dimensional analysis, it is not possible to give the answer in centimetres which is a measure of distance and not area.
No. The area of a rectangle cannot be 72 centimetres because the units are wrong.
The answer depends on the variables of length times width. For example, a rectangle of 10 centimetres by 5 centimetres : 10 x 5 = 50 square centimetres.
A metre is a distance - a square metre is an area. A square metre is the area occupied by a square which is 1 metre long on all sides. It is also the area occupied by any rectangle whose sides, when multiplied together, give a figure of 10,000 square centimetres... so a rectangle with sides of 50 centimetres and 200 centimetres, or a rectangle with sides of 80 centimetres and 125 centimetres.... and so on.
Surface area of shapes can be measured in square centimetres
To find the area of a rectangle you mutiply the base times the height. A=BH -jessica
1 Litre = 1000 cubic centimetres, cm^3 The "cubic" part is really important here. Centimetres measure distance, square centimetres measure area, and cubic centimetres measure volume.
Square feet. ************************* I would use centimetres to give the area in square centimetres.
A perimeter is a measure of length and so cannot be 16 square centimetres - which is a measure of area. As it happens, a square with a perimeter of 16 centimetres will have sides of 4 cm and so an area of 16 square centimetres.
It is 12*5 = 60 square centimetres.
If you know the dimensions of the missing triangle, then compute the area from those dimensions, then subtract that answer from the area of the full rectangle.
Area = 10*5 = 50 square cm
You could use either metres or centimetres.Metres:34 cm = 0.34 metres so that the rectangle is 1 m x 0.34 m. Its area is, therefore, 0.34 sq metres.Centimetres:1 metre = 100 cm so that the rectangle is 100 cm x 34 cm. Its area is, therefore, 3400 sq centimetres.
If it is a rectangle and not a square there is not enough information to solve this problem for area. Perimeter is 2( B+H) = 46 Area = BH
3.68 x 8 = 29.44 square centimetres
18 cm squared
The area of a rectangle cannot be 48 feet since that is NOT a measure of area. Area is measured in square units.
Multiply the length by the width.
24 sq in
An area of 14.99m is not possible since an area is a square measure whereas 14.99m is a linear measure.
120 square miles.