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Q: Calculate floor perimeter area ratio

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FAR=Total floor area of building / Total lot area

It is area, not perimeter!

Perimeter ratio is: is a path that surrounds an area and area ratio is: Area ratio is the cross sectional area of the nozzle exit divided by the cross sectional area of the nozzle throat.

Gross sqft = Net sqft / eff. factor

The floor's area is: 1,296 square feet.

How to calculate the net floor area when you know the gross floor area

The perimeter of a triangle does not provide sufficient information to calculate its area.

Perimeter = 4 times the square root of the area.

The area of the floor is 1296 square feet.

What you have to do is to Squarerootthe Perimeter then multiply the answer by 4For example if the area is 256 , and Perimeter is ?solution=Perimeter is 64Answered by Faustin,Obedi

Area: 1/2πr2 Perimeter: 1/2πd+d

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Create a closed polyline form the points and use the AREA command to calculate the area and perimeter.

No, you can not calculate an area if you know just the perimeter. For example, rectangle with sides of 10 and 20 would have a perimeter of 60 and an area of 200, but a square of sides 15 would have a perimeter of 60 and an area of 225. You need to know more details about the shape than just the perimeter.

You get the largest area with a circle. Divide the perimeter by (2 x pi), then calculate the area with the formula pi x radius2.You get the largest area with a circle. Divide the perimeter by (2 x pi), then calculate the area with the formula pi x radius2.You get the largest area with a circle. Divide the perimeter by (2 x pi), then calculate the area with the formula pi x radius2.You get the largest area with a circle. Divide the perimeter by (2 x pi), then calculate the area with the formula pi x radius2.

1) Calculate the area 2) Calculate the volume 3) Divide the area by the volume to get the ratio

Perimeter: add all sides area: multiply length times width for rectangles

If you are given the width and the perimeter, then figure out what the length is then calculate the area... hope this helps :)

Divide the perimeter by 4, to get the length of one side. From there, you can easily calculate the area.

The ratio is [ 4/x per unit ].

add the length of all the sides

The question is not specific enough for a sensible answer. It could refer to the ratio of the area of the shape to its perimeter or depending on its shape, the ratio of the area to the length of one or more of its sides.

If the only information that you have is ... A) the figure is a rectangle, and B) the perimeter ... then you cannot calculate the area. The area of a rectangle is the length multiplied by the height., The perimeter is twice the length plus twice the height. So, a rectangle with a length of 9 units and a height of 1 unit will have a perimeter of 20 units and an area of 9 square units. Another rectangle with a length of 6 units and a height of 4 units will also have a perimeter of 20 units, but it will have an area of 24 square units. To be able to calculate the area from the perimeter you need to know one of two additional things - either one of the measurements, or the ratio of the height to the length.+++To summarise, you can, IF you know the ratio as mentioned. Then apply that to half the perimeter to find the length and breadth.

A perimeter is a linear measurement. An area is the product of two linear measurements, such as length and width. I cannot imagine what you mean by "perimeter area."