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Q: What is the area of a rectangle that is 4cm long and 2cm wide?

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It is: 5*2 = 10 square cm

area of rectangle = l* b = 5 * 2=10 cm^ 2

Yes, the lenght and/or width would have to be 2.5cm by 2cm

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It could be 3cm by 2cm in size.

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It is: 5*2 = 10 square cm

It is a rectangle.

10 square cm

2cm x 2cm x 2cm = 8cm^3

18 square cm

In order to find the area of a rectangle, multiply the length by the width of the rectangle. For example: If the length of a rectangle is 5cm and the width of a rectangle is 2cm, then the area of the rectangle would be 5cm X 2cm = 10cm².

The area of rectangle is : 18.0

A=lxw 2cm x 6cm=12cm

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I am not sure what the point is for you to give us the dimensions of a rectangle and then ask what one of those dimensions is. Perhaps you are not sure whether the shorter or the longer of the two dimensions would be considered the length, and which the width. I would say that a rectangle measuring 2cm x 5cm is 2cm wide and 5cm long.

Area is length x width. So if the sides of the square are 2cm long and 2cm wide, then multiply 2 x 2. The answer: 4 square centimeters.

A rectangle that is 2cm by 4cm has an area of 8cm. It also has a perimeter of 12cm.