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Q: How do you find the length if the width and area is given?

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Find the width, and multiply the length and the width.

Area divided by width equals length

For a rectangle, area equals length times width. To find the length given the width and area, divide the area by the width.

If the area is already given, there should also be either width or length given. Do the area, divided by the length or the width. For example, the area divided by the width equal the length. Hope it helps.

Divide the area by the width and it will give you the length.

Divide area by length and that gives you width.

Divide the area by the length will give you the width

That will depend on the information given as for example if you are given its width and area then in order to find its length divide the width into the area.

area divided by length equals width

i think you find the square root of the area. that's the length and the width, so you multiply it.

Length (L) equals area (A) divided by width (W); or L = A / W.

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

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