42 square units.
What are the dimensions of a rectangle that has a perimeter of 56 units and an area of 96 square units
They will be both the same because the perimeter of the square is 32 units and the perimeter of the rectangle is also 32 units
A rectangle has a perimeter with linear units, and a surface area with square units. It has no cubic units.
Yes, because a square is a rectangle. You can have a square where all four sides are 3 units, making the perimeter 12 units. You can then have a rectangle where the sides are 4 and 2 units; 4+4+2+2=12.
make a rectangle that covers 8 square units inside and has a perimeter of 12 units around the outside
If the length and the breadth of a rectangle are x and y units, then the perimeter is 2*(x+y) units, and the area is x*y square units.
It is 5 units * 20 units. A smaller perimeter can be attained by a square but the question specified a rectangle.
The rectangle is in fact a square with 4 equal sides of 5 units in length.
It decreases. viz: perimeter of 5 x 5 square is 20 units, perimeter of 12.5 x 2 rectangle is 29 units...