You have to multiply to find area you have to add to find perimiter
you are suppose to MULTIPLY on area.
you add the area
for area you times width x length
Multiply for the area, add for the perimeter.
no add the sides of the area
To calculate the area you multiply the width times lenghth.the numbers that are on the side of the shape multiply them and you'll get the area. Now to get the perimeter you add the numbers on the sides together. Add lenght times width.that's how you get your perimter and area.
To find the perimeter you add and to find the area we multiply.
No because you multiply the dimensions
No, you must add, not multiply.
Multiply l by 7 then add 1 to find the area
If you want to find the area of a rectangle (inclusively a square), rhombus, or parallelogram, you multiply.
The perimeter is the length around something, add all sides together to get the length of the perimeter.
the formula for finding the area of an ellipse is add it then multiply and subtract that is the final
It isn't clear what exactly you want to calculate. To calculate total area, you can add different individual areas (different pieces of a figure).
multiply first, and then add
Area you multiply 2 sides and perimeter you add all the sides together.
Find the circumference of the circles (the ends) and multiply it by the height of the cylinder. Then add that to the area of the ends.
for area you multiply length times width and for perimeter you add all of the sides together
Perimeter: add all sides area: multiply length times width for rectangles
Perimeter: Add the length of the four sides. Area: Multiply length x width.
You could do both, but I believe you are talking about multiplying the length of one side by the length of another side to equal area.
to find the perimeter you must add all sides. and to find area you have to multiply lenght and width