It's the same formula...... length (l) times height (h) will give you the answer..... only once you get it..... write....... ex. length=5 height=8 Area = 40 feet squared
Length times width. Since the length and width are the same, the area is either one of them times itself, or squared.
yes because the height is how tall the object is, and the base is how wide the object is, so therefor, base x height is the same thing as length x width. (answer by _mistercat_)
Length times width times height, same as a cube.
No. 1/2 base squared + height squared=side squared on an equilateral triangle.
The area of a parallelogram is the length times the vertical height. In a rectangle, the vertical height is the same as the width so the area is length times width.
Multiply the height times the length times the width, You need to insure that all three dimensions (height, length, width) use the same measurement units. All three sides must be in the same feet, yards, meters, etc and if not the measurement needs to be converted to be the same as the other sides.
The volume is the product of (length) times (width) times (height).Just make sure to have all three measurements in the same unit.
the volume of a cylinder is (pi)r squared times the height, same as a circle but plus the height so the answer here would be ((pi) x 1) squared x 5. or 5 pi squared
The height is a leg of a right triangle. The other leg is 1/2 of the side of the original triangle and the hypotenuse is a side of this same triangle. Use the Pythagorean theorem to solve for the height: If s is the length of the sides of the equilateral triangle, The height is the square root of s squared minus (s/2) squared. Since (s/2) squared is s squared over 4, s squared minus (s/2) squared is 3/4 s squared. I'll let you finish it off.
The width height and length would all be the same