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Q: What is the area of a rectangle with length 7 cm and width 5cm?

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Area of a rectangle= Length * width Length= 5cm Width= 1cm Area=5cm *1cm =5cm2

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.

The area of a rectangle is length x width. In the special case of a square, length is the same as width, so you multiply (in this case) 5 x 5.

If you mean area, then, the area of a rectangle is width * height. So...50cm^2.

Multiply the length of any side by itself ("square" it). To find the are of any rectangle, including a square you multiply the length by the width, e.g. if it is a 5cm square the area is 5x5=25cm2. If it's a rectangle with a 3cm x 5cm the area is 3x5 = 15cm2.

you times the length by the width, say if a square was 7cm in length and 5cm in width, the area would be 35cm.

Multiply the two numbers together - and you get 35 cm2

80cm.

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

12.5cm

Yes, the lenght and/or width would have to be 2.5cm by 2cm

10cm2

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