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Q: What is the area of a rectangle that has the length of 10 cm and a width of 5.5 cm?

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10 inches

You need a length and a width. Then just multiply them to get the area in square units.

First find the dimensions of the rectangle. Let its length be 2x and its width be x: 2(2x+x) = 60 4x+2x = 60 6x = 60 x = 10 Therefore: length = 20cm and the width = 10cm Area = length*width Area = 200cm2

10 in. A+LS

if the width is 3.5 then the length is 10 10 = 3 +2(3.5) 10 x 3.5 = 35

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(70/10) m

A rectangle with a length of 10 and a width of 24

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Area of a rectangle = (length) x (width) = 10-ft x 5-ft = 50 square feet

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