length and height is the same thing it is the height from the bottom to the top of the figure and width is the measurement across and object
it is the same as the length which is the height.the height is how tall the thing is.the width is how long it is.
yes because the height is how tall the object is, and the base is how wide the object is, so therefor, base x height is the same thing as length x width. (answer by _mistercat_)
No! Length squared will be the length times the length again. Length times height is going to find the area so it will not be the same.
A rectangle is a 2-dimensional object. It cannot have length and breadth AND height. If three dimensions are given, then two of them (eg breadth and height) must stand for the same thing.
The width height and length would all be the same
the height is the same as the length and width
NO. What gave you that idea?
Yes. Height width and length are the same. It just depends on your point of view. However, hieght is usually volume and surface area and length is area and perimeter.
no. height is the length from the top of the object to the bottem. while width is the left side of the object all the way to the right side of that certain object.
The length is 15. The width and height are the same.
Length by height.Addition:About artworks it is always height by length.
square feet is the same as area. length X width 26ft x 12ft 312 sq ft length times width base times height same thing
No. Length is a two-dimensional measure, whereas height is a 3-dimensional measure. Something (a 3-D object) having height, will also have length. But a 2-D object can never have any height. Example a picture of a table has no height "literally" (we can just make an assumption). But an actual table (which is 3-dimensional object) has height. Height is the distance of the object's top from the earth. Heigth is measured vertically. Length is measured horizontally. It is parallel to the ground.
Height is just length standing on end. Meters work equally well for both.
No thing has a tongue the same length as its body. chameleons
Yes, the base and the length are the same thing.
No. In 3-dimensional space, the extent of a body is usually measured in three mutually perpendicular (orthogonal) directions. The height of an object is its extent in the vertical direction. Length usually refers to the largest extent in the three orthogonal directions.
A cube (3D) has length, width and height. A square (2D) drawn on a piece of paper only has length and width - in the case of a square, all sides have the same length.