if a is number of tiles high and b is tiles wide then, (x+a) = height and (x+b) = width so the polynomial is (x+a)(x+b).
The perimeter of a polygon is simply the sum of the lengths of its sides. There is no polynomial that expresses that for all polygons, but the perimeter of a rectangle is P=2(L+H) where P is the perimeter, L is the length, and H is the height.
List one environmental factor that can affect a person's height
Rectangle area = (rectangle width) x (rectangle height)
The breadth of a rectangle is the height.
The most common and important factor is AIR.
A rectangle is a good, simple shape to begin with. The area of a rectangle is equal to the product of the length of its base and the length of its height. The height is a segment that is perpendicular to the base. For a rectangle, the base and height are often called the "length" and the "width", and sometimes the height is referred to as the "altitude."
The perimeter of any 2D shape is the sum of all of the individual sides. For example: the perimeter of a rectangle is = length of rectangle (top) + length of rectangle (bottom) + height of rectangle (Left) + height of rectangle (Right)
The size of the circle is a function of the height of the rectangle.
Sounds like the triangle is spread out so that (the point is at the top of the rectangle) and (the base of the triangle is the same as the base of the rectangle).Base of rectangle = base of triangleHeight of rectangle = height of triangleWrite the formulas:Area of the rectangle = (base) times (height)Area of triangle = (one half of) (base) times (height)Can you see the ratio now ?
Rectangle Area of parallelogram = Base * Height Area of rectangle = Base * Height
area of a rectangle is width x height
A rectangle is a two dimensional object: height, width and length are three dimensions.
If you draw a diagonal in a rectangle you get two equal triangles, each half the area of the rectangle. Area of rectangle is base x height, so half of that is ½ x base x height. QED
Rectangles don't have volume or height.
Divide the area by the height
A rectangle does not have a slant height. It is therefore likely that the shape is something other than a rectangle. What it is, is unknown and so the question cannot be answered.
The relationship between the area of a triangle and a rectangle is a Triangle is base times height divided by 2. Area of a rectangle is length times height.
same as a rectangle, except multiply by height. Area of Base X Height or L*W*H
one Actually a rectangle has two dimensions, they are height and width :)
No, it is not.
Area of rectangle = Base x Height = 2.25 x 3.2 = 7.2 sq. units
If it is a rectangle then area is height times width