It can be 56.25 or anything less, but not more.
You can't tell the area from the perimeter, and you can't tell the perimeter from the area.
-- if each side is 7.5, the perimeter is 30, and the area is 56.25
-- if it's (5 by 10), the perimeter is still 30, and the area is 50
-- if it's (4 by 11), the perimeter is still 30, and the area is 44
-- if it's (3 by 12), the perimeter is still 30, and the area is 36
-- if it's (2 by 13), the perimeter is still 30, and the area is 26
-- if it's (1 by 14), the perimeter is still 30, and the area is 14
The dimensions of the rectangle are 2 units and 15 units
Write two simultaneous equations and solve them. One for the perimeter, one for the area.
Area: 54 square cm Perimeter: 30 cm
The perimeter of a rectangle is not sufficient to determine its length.
There is no such thing as the area of the perimeter. A perimeter is a length and so has only 1 dimension. As such, its area is 0.
the answer to number 20 is B...12
the area of a rectangleis 100 square inches. The perimeter of the rectangle is 40 inches. A second rectangle has the same area but a different perimeter. Is the secind rectangle a square? Explain why or why not.