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Q: What is the length of a diagonal for the rectangle of 10cm by 24cm?

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The diagonal is 26cm

The perimeter of a rectangle is equal to 2 x length + 2 x width. (2 x 24 cm) + (2 x 10 cm) = 48 cm + 20 cm = 68 cm

It can't.

The perimeter of the rectangle is the sum of its 4 sides.

Anything greater than 24 cm. P = 2*L + 2*W, since the length is fixed at 24cm we have: 2*(24cm) +2*W > 96cm 2W > 96 - 48cm 2W > 48cm, or Width > 24cm. So any width greater than 24cm will make the perimeter >96cm. Obviously a width of 24cm wouldn't work since a polygon with all four sides equal would be a square and not a rectangle.

In order to get a rectangle with an area of 24 centimeters, the length and width multiplied need to equal 24. On top of that, length and width may not be equal, or the shape would be a square instead of a rectangle. Examples of rectangles with 24cm areas: 1x24 cm 2x12 cm 3x8 cm 4x6 cm

If that's its length and width then perimeter is: 24+18+24+18 = 84 cm

12 cm

96

The answer is 576cm.

The dimesions are: 4.5 cm and 7.5 cm Check: 4.5+7.5+4.5+7.5 = 24 cm

Your answer is in the question, meaning, a rectangle that is 24 cm long is probably 24 cm long.

1496.49 cm

There is no such word as retangler!A rectangle, with sides of length 24 cm and 12 cm has an area of 288 square cm.

P = 2l + 2w = 2x24 + 2x16 = 48 + 32 = 80 cm A = lw = 24 x 16 = 384 cm2

A rectangle is a two dimensional shape - only one dimension is given in the question and so it is impossible to give a sensible answer.

1/2*base*10 = 120 base*10 = 240 base = 24cm

It is: 24/4 = 6 cm

There's no way to know that. The sides could be 1cm and 36cm 1.5cm and 24cm 1.8cm and 20cm 2cm and 18cm 2.4cm and 15cm 3cm and 12cm 3.6cm and 10cm 4cm and 9cm 4.5cm and 8cm 4.8cm and 7.5cm 5cm and 7.2cm 6cm all around and an infinite number of other possibilities. The area doesn't tell you the dimensions.

These are not similar rectangles so there is no obvious candidate for the ratio. Is it ratio of lengths (sides, perimeter, diameter), or ratio of area?

12 + 24 + 18 = 54cm (Or 0.54 metres)

We can't calculate anything regarding the rectangle, as there's a strong indication that there must be something fishy about it. A rectangle has only two dimensions, and we can't imagine what to do with the three numbers given for the rectangle in the question.

A square has four equal sides, so the length of each is (24/4) 6cm ■

We can't calculate anything regarding the rectangle, as there's a strong indication that there has to be something fishy about it. A rectangle has only two dimensions, and we can't imagine what to do with the three numbers given for the rectangle in the question.

4 cm Because area equal base x height 24/6=4