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Q: Does width plus length equal the area of a room?

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Use the following formulae: Area = length x width Perimeter = 2 x length plus 2 x width, or length + length + width + width

The area is the length times the width. The perimeter is two times the length plus two times the width.

The area is the length times the width. The perimeter is two times the length plus two times the width.

take area and divide by length. this will give you width. take 2times width plus 2 times length and that is the perimeter

The area is the length times the width. The perimeter is two times the length plus two times the width.

The surface area is length times width plus length. Then you find the square root of the width divided by two and then squared. You add this to the height squared plus the width. The width is multiplied by the square root of 1/2 squared plus the height squared.

it equals LxL+WxW

No. If you draw a rectangle there are four sides, the length of two of those sides are equal to the length, and the other two are equal to the width. Therefore: the perimeter, which is equal to all the sides added up, is equal to two times the length plus two times the width: or 2L+2W= Perimeter. If you know L and you know the perimeter you can solve it algebraically. the width equals the perimeter minus two times the length, all that divided by two, or W= (P-2L)/2 (when you do the algebra). you might be thinking about the area in which case if you knew the area and the length and you want to find the width you would divide the area by the length.

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6x2+19x+10 = (2x+5)(3x+2) Length = 2x+5 Width = 3x+2

No, square feet it length x width!

2 times length plus 2 times width = perimeterhalf the perimeter of a rectangle

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