Yes, LxW=Area. For Surface Area, add up the area of all the sides
In the formula for the rectangle, put the width equal to the length.
The formula for the area of a square is simply L2 (sometimes referred to as s2 ) where L (s) is the length of one side. The formula for the area of a rectangle is LW, where L is the length and W is the width. The formula for the area of a rectangle can be used to find the area of a square, but the formula for the area of a square cannot be used to find the area of a rectangle. This is because by definition, all squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares.
Area of what? Every geometrical shape has a different formula to find its area. The simplest one: to find the area of a rectangle whose edge lengths are h and w, area = h*w.
Base x height for the area oF a rectangle(sometimes written as length x width). 1/2 x base x height for a triangle.
Square is a special case of a rectangle and the same formula may be used to find the perimeter
-- Slice it down one side and flatten it out. -- Now you have a rectangle. You only have to find the area of a rectangle. -- The area of a rectangle is (length) times (width). -- The length of the rectangle used to be the length of the cylinder. -- The width of the rectangle used to be the circumference of the cylinder's round ends, while it was still rolled up.
The formula for finding the surface area of a rectangle is length x width. 3.14 is the value for pi and is used for circles, cylinders, and spheres and has nothing to do with rectangles.
For a room that is a rectangle, multiply length times width.
The rectangle can be thought of as two adjacent 12 x 12 squares. Each square has an area of 144 sq. ft., making the entire rectangle 288 sq. ft. thereby creating a needless extra step, since the area of the rectangle is 12 x 24 = 288 sq. ft.
It is area
formula for force is pressure / area.
The formula for the area of a parallelogram is the same as for a rectangle. base x height Just remember that the height is a line drawn perpendicular to the base, not the other side length.
is it used in squre units
Area = (pi) (R)2
area= bash X height / by 2
Area = ( length of a side)2
area of sector = (angle at centre*area of circle)/360
No not normally
If you want to ask questions about "this formula", may I suggest that you ensure that there is "this formula" in the question?
There are different formulae for different shapes.
The term "rectangle method" is used in different ways in math, but I will guess that your question is related to finding areas on a Geoboard. A Geoboard has a grid of pegs; you can make outlines of figures by stretching elastic bands around the pegs. If your figure is a triangle, you can find it's area by making the smallest rectangle which will enclose the triangle (The rectangle should have vertical and horizontal sides). The area of the rectangle can be found easily by multiplying the length by the width. The area of the triangle is half of the area of the rectangle.
Area in square units = pi*radius2
The formula is A=1/2(B*H)Where B=BaseH=Height