The area of a rectangle is 20 x 50 = 1,000 cm^2
The Area of a rectangle is LxW . The area of a circle is PI x RxR where R is the radius of the circle. The Circumference or distance around a circle is 2xPIxR. To find the surface area of a cylinder with radius R (the radius of the circles at the top and bottom) and Length L(how tall the cylinder is) you first find the area of the circles on the bottom and top - then add it to the area of the tube part. If you unwrap the tube, it becomes a rectangle with the width 2xPIxR (since it was wrapped around the circles on top and bottom), and the Length L( how tall it is) . So it will be 2 circles plus the rectangle. 2 (PIxRxR) + 2xPIxRxL. Then round it to the nearest whole number. If the number on the right side of the decimal point is 5 or more, round up to the next whole number otherwise leave it the same. Then drop the numbers on the right side of the decimal point.
the horizontal cross-sections of the prisms at the same height must have the same area. (APEX)
Assuming the rectangle stays in the same proportions, the ratios of the two rectangles, using the heights, is: 12in : 2in => 6:1 so the new rectangle is 1/6th the size of the old rectangle, therefore the new width is: 24in x 1/6 = 4in
Assuming it is a rectangle, 8.485 US gallons
In general, there is no relationship between the two.
187 sq. inches (area for a rectangle= length x width
The area of a rectangle is calculated by multiplying its height and its width (h x w), i.e. how tall it is by how wide it is.
V = 1570.8 cm3
no, because take the pygmy owl is about 15cm tall and the barn owl is 50cm tall.
LxW=A; 72*50=A; A=3,600m²
They usually stay small and soft and not bigger than about 50cm tall.
go to google and type height calculator and click on the webmd link
15 in x 5 in = 75 in2 75 square inches
Area of the triangle = 0.5*base*height = 0.5*10*15 = 75 square cm Area of the rectangle = base*height = 10*15 = 150 square cm
A baby tiger will usually stand 17 cm high at the shoulders. They can be about 50cm to 53cm in length at birth.