A rectangle can have only 2 dimensions and so finding the area from the given 4 dimensions has many possibilities.
There is no formula for a rectangle. There are formula for calculating its area, perimeter or length of diagonals from its sides, or it is possible to calculate the length of one pair of sides given the other sides and the area or perimeter, or the two lots of sides given area and perimeter and so on.
There is none, given volume alone.
finding the least common denominator formula
Mass = (volume) x (density)
3.14 to the 2 power
F/a (which is derived from the classic formula F=Ma
The frequency distribution usually refers to empirical measurement and there is no formula for finding it. You simply count the number of times an observation falls within a given range.
V = n3
The formula for finding that out is velocity = distance / mass
Length = (Perimeter - twice width) / 2
When finding area, you need to know the area formula of the specific object and its associated dimensions. For example, if it's a rectangle, then the dimensions are length and width. So, to find the area you need to be given these dimensions and then use the formula length times the width. Different shapes, such as circles, squares, and trapezoids, will have different area formulas.
The cross-section of a prism is the same - it is the same as the shape of the two parallel "bases"; this cross-section can be any shape, not necessarily a rectangle. Each side of a prism is rectangular, so knowing the formula for a rectangle will help you along to finding the surface area of the prism by helping you to calculate the area of the sides; however, you will still need to be able to calculate the area of the bases (unless it is given to you), for which knowing the area of a rectangle may not (usually will not) help.
Circumference of a circle = (pi) x (diameter)
It is: 630 by finding the prime factors of the given numbers
i=prt FACT: If an annual interest rate is given, time in the simple interest formula must be expressed in terms of years.
If you mean 4*pi*r^2 then it is the formula for finding the surface area of a sphere
Circumference divided by Pi
A = LW divide by W to both sides A/W = L
area of the rectangle=l*b therefore ans = tere liye ...... jannate sajau mei tere liye....
The answer depends very much on the shape of the solid figure.
You multiply the base and the height and then you divide the answers of that by 2. :)