Q: What is the math term for length?

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length times the width

What does length mean in math

The term does not do anything! In simple term, it means a solid. It may be defined in terms of its length, width and height (the 3 dimensions).

The amount of space in an object. Formula is length times width times height

Length* :) , The Modal Length Will Be The Length That There is The Most Of

The math term for multiplication is PRODUCT.

there is no such math term

"Subset" IS the math term in this case.

in simple math terms it is the length times height of a 2 dimension object the units are squared so if the length is five in and the height is 4 inches then the area would be 20 inches^2(squared)

My math book is about 11 inches in length and 9 inches wide.

A term in math usually refers to a # in a arithmetic/geometric sequence

what does the term reorder mean in math

power in a math term is when you multiply the exponents

variable equation solve it test it

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When you are showing length in Math, it is marked as an "l"

math term that begins with the letter x

There is no such math term. There is, on the other hand, an astronomical term "equinox".

One math term is y-axis and or yard

A architect uses math like meausuring length

Whole number is a math term. Weighted average is another math term.

Whole number is a math term. Weighted average is another math term.

A math expression is a collection of math terms

No, the math term ratio doesn't mean multiply.

centimetre and metre