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Multiply your length by your width

8 ft x 4 ft = 32 square feet

Q: What is the total area of a rectangle with 4feet width and 8feet length?

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Length times width. LxW=total area

A rectangle is a two dimensional object, with length and width but not height. An object with length, width and height could be a cuboid, in which case is it still the area that is required or the volume?

Imagine the rectangle divided into squares corresponding to length and width... Eg a 6" x 5" rectangle would have 5 rows of six one-inch squares, total 30, which would make its area 30 squinches

it depends upon the shape of the space.if its circle or rectangle or square.for circle ite pie*radius*radius for square its side*side(side of the square) for rectangle its length into breadth. and for general length*breadth. i hope it helped.

Multiply the length [in feet] times the width [in feet] and then the answer would be the total square footage.

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The perimeter of a rectangle is total length of all 4 sides = 2 x length + 2 x width. The semiperimeter is therefore half this amount = length + width.

Length times width. LxW=total area

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Perimeter is the length of a closed line around an area. A rectangle is an area. If each long side of the rectangle is 12 cm and each end of the rectangle is 9 cm, the total length is 14+14+9+9 or 46 cm.

A rectangle is a two dimensional object, with length and width but not height. An object with length, width and height could be a cuboid, in which case is it still the area that is required or the volume?

Imagine the rectangle divided into squares corresponding to length and width... Eg a 6" x 5" rectangle would have 5 rows of six one-inch squares, total 30, which would make its area 30 squinches

it depends upon the shape of the space.if its circle or rectangle or square.for circle ite pie*radius*radius for square its side*side(side of the square) for rectangle its length into breadth. and for general length*breadth. i hope it helped.

Multiply the length [in feet] times the width [in feet] and then the answer would be the total square footage.

Length + width = half the perimeter, but more info eg area, is needed.

Find the total length of two adjoining sides (two sides which form a right angle) and multiply by two.