The diagonal is 26cm
In order to find the area of a rectangle, multiply the length by the width of the rectangle. For example: If the length of a rectangle is 5cm and the width of a rectangle is 2cm, then the area of the rectangle would be 5cm X 2cm = 10cm².
Perimeter = 2 lengths and 2 widths In your case length + width = 25cm If length is 5cm more than width then length = 15cm and width = 10cm
Width = 10cm.. i think Length = 68cm
area = length x width area = 12 x 10 = 120 square cm
Using Pythagoras the length of the diagonal in the rectangle is the square root of 149 or just over 12 cm
The volume of a solid rectangle is equal to Length x Width x Height. So, 20cm x 10cm x 5cm would be 1000cm cubed.
I assume you are referring to a rectangle. Just add the lengths of all four sides.
10 × 5 = 50Therefore, the width is 5 centimetres.
length=18cm width=10cm (you use a system of equations: 2L+2W=56, L=2W-2)
First find the dimensions of the rectangle. Let its length be 2x and its width be x: 2(2x+x) = 60 4x+2x = 60 6x = 60 x = 10 Therefore: length = 20cm and the width = 10cm Area = length*width Area = 200cm2
we know that , area of rect = l * b= 10 *5.5 = 55 cm^2
If you mean area, then, the area of a rectangle is width * height. So...50cm^2.
The length is 3cm and the width is 2cm. (Or the other way around). Also a 1 cm x 4 cm rectangle and a 0.5 cm x 4.5 cm would do it too, since they are rectangles whose 4 sides add up to 10 cm.
sqrt( 102 + 242 ) = sqrt( 100+ 576 ) = sqrt( 676 ) = 26 cm
the first rectangle is 8cm x 5cm the second rectangle has an area of half of 40 = 20 sq cm it could be 4cm x 5cm or 8cm x2.5cm or 10cm x 2cm or any pair of numbers whose product is 20 if you wanted the rectangles to be congruent ie have the same ratio of length to width then you need to employ irrational numbers the answer in this case is 8 divided by sqrt(2) for length and 5 divided by sqrt(2) for width or approximately 5.6568542494923801952067548968388cm x 3.5355339059327376220042218105242 cm
Vol = 0,1 x Height in cm.
The first step in answering this is to work out what the dimensions of the book are. The width is 10cm. The length is 2x the width, which is 2x10 = 20cm. The height is half the width which is 10/2 = 5cm. Thus the dimensions of the book are 10cm x 20cm x 5cm. To work out the volume you multiply these dimensions together: 10x20x5 = 1,000 Thus the volume of the book is 1,000cm3
The perimeter of a rectangle is equal to 2 x length + 2 x width. (2 x 24 cm) + (2 x 10 cm) = 48 cm + 20 cm = 68 cm
It is 10*5 = 50 square cm
(w = width)10 x w = 40(divide both sides by 10)1 x w = 4w = 4
Volume of a rectangular prism = length * width * height = 16cm*10cm*5cm = 800cm3
p=2l+2w 34= 2(10) +2w 34= 20 +2w 14= 2w w=7
The only meaning for 'humus' that is in my dictionary is "rich soil". So, let's just ignore the 'humus' for now. Given the width of 10cm on a rectangle, there would be two sides that are 10cm in length. That would be 20cm. So let's subtract those out of 86 to see something about the two ends of the rectangle. 86 - 20 = 66 But 66 is both ends together. Since the two ends of a rectangle are the same length, what number times two equals 66? That would be '33'. Let's check our work . . . 10 + 33 + 10 + 33 = 86. Yep, we did it right. But remember, we chose to ignore 'humus' - I can only take a wild guess that a 'humus' of 35cm means that your figure is not a rectangle, at all. To make any calculations involving the 35cm, more information is needed.