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It depends on the shape of the area. Four sides of a quadrilateral - if that is what the given measurements are - do not determine a unique shape.

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Q: What is the area of 12in. 4in. 8in. and 10in.?

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Too many dimensions have been given to work out an area which normally has only 2 dimensions.

Area, A, is two dimensional so has a width and length, say. You have three dimensions. A three-dimensional entity has a width, length, and height, represented by V (for volume). The size of your volume entity is 5 x 4 x 8 inches = 160 cubic inches.

That depends on what unit...For Examplein miles 3.959 x 10^3in yards 6.967840 X 10^6in feet 2.0903520 x 10^7in inches 2.50842240 x 10^8in megameters 6.371 x 10^1in kilometers 6.371 x 10^3in hectometers 6.371 x 10^4in meters 6.371 x 10^6in centimeters 6.371 x 10^8in millimeters 6.371 x 10^9in cubits 1.3935680 x 10^7

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