how do you find the area of a rectangle witha perimeter of 36 in You don't. You need more information For example a 1 x 17 rectangle has a perimeter of 36 and its area is 17. But a 2 x 16 rectangle also has a perimeter of 36 and its area is 32.
Yes if its dimensions were 3 cm and 12 cm.
It is: 12 units in length
It can be 56.25 or anything less, but not more. You can't tell the area from the perimeter, and you can't tell the perimeter from the area. -- if each side is 7.5, the perimeter is 30, and the area is 56.25 -- if it's (5 by 10), the perimeter is still 30, and the area is 50 -- if it's (4 by 11), the perimeter is still 30, and the area is 44 -- if it's (3 by 12), the perimeter is still 30, and the area is 36 -- if it's (2 by 13), the perimeter is still 30, and the area is 26 -- if it's (1 by 14), the perimeter is still 30, and the area is 14
A square can't have a perimeter of 36 and an area of 45. If a square's perimeter is 36,then its area is 81. If a square's area is 45, then its perimeter is about 26.83 . (rounded)A figure whose perimeter is 36 and whose area is 45 is not a square. It's a rectanglethat measures (3 by 15).
81 square feet.
It is a 3 x 15 rectangle !
Draw the table and calculate the area of the triangle the area of a square is 36
Perimeter is 36 mArea is 72 square m
If it was a square, the answer would be 81 square cm. The area will be the product of two numbers whose sum is half the perimeter.
If you restrict yourself to integers, it could be 36, 60 or 164 in. If it was a square, it would have to be 36.
Length = 9 Width = 9 Your rectangle is a square.
The perimeter doesn't tell you the area. There are an infinite number of differentareas that it could have.-- If it's a circle with a perimeter of 36, then the area is 103.1324. (rounded)-- If it's a square with a perimeter of 36, then the area is 81 .-- If it's a rectangle with a perimeter of 36, then the area can be any numberthat's more than zero and less than 81 .
A 4 ft by 9 ft rectangle
Length of rectangle is 18 units and its width is 2 units
We can't offer an answer, because we don't understand what a "rectangle 36" is.
Perimeter = 25+36+25+36 = 122 units of measurement Use Pythagoras' theorem to find the other side of the rectangle
Definitely.Rectangle #1: 18 x 2Perimeter = 40Area = 36Rectangle #2: 7 x 6Perimeter = 26Area = 42Rectangle #2 has a less perimeter than #1,but more area.
L = 5W 2L + 2W = 72 ==> L + W = 36 Substitute L = 5W: 5W + W = 6W = 36. ==> W = 6, and L = 30. Area = 180
The circumference of the circle is larger than the perimeter of the rectangle.
The perimeter would be 36 inches.
18" is not a possible perimeter measurement. Assume the dimensions of the rectangle are so close to those of a square that the difference can be disregarded. This is the condition when the perimeter is at its minimum. When the rectangle measures approximately 6" x 6", its area = 36 sq ins, its perimeter = 24" For the area to remain constant then as the length increases by a factor n the width must decrease by that same factor. Area = 6n x 6/n : perimeter = 12n + 12/n :so when n = 1, Perimeter = 12 + 12 = 24 As n increases, say n = 2, Perimeter = 24 + 6 = 30 : And the perimeter continues to increase as the rectangle becomes narrower. Eventually, it will become so narrow that for diagram purposes it will appear as a straight line.
If it was a square, which is a rectangle, the perimeter would be 24 meters . But it was a regular rectangle than it could be a few things actually , one of them would be 26 meters . Another would be 40 meters I think .
243 = 27 x 9 so perimeter is 2 x 36 ie 72.