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The area of EVERY rectangle is the product of (length) times (width).

Knowing that, you can now find the area of not only that particular rectangle,

but also every rectangle you ever encounter for the rest of your life.

Man, you are empowered !

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Q: What is the area of a rectengle 14cm by 12cm?

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A square with a side length of 14cm has an area of 196cm2

Find the area of 5cm 12cm 8cm

A square with an area of 144cm2 has sides of 12cm which is the square root of 144cm. 12cm x 12cm gives 144cm2.

12cm is the answer

Surface area equals 864cm2

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The area of rectangle is : 168.0

Area is measured in square centimetres so there cannot be any shape with an area of 12 cm.Area = length 3.464102 x width 3.464102 = 12.000001cm2Perimeter = 3.464102 x 4 = 13.856408 (approximately 14cm)The shape is a square.

0.13m is equal to 13cm. So between the 12cm and the 14cm segments :)

53.5 square cm to 1 d.p. Use the cosine rule to find an angle. Then use: Area = 1/2*a*b*sin C

Area is 98cm2

length times width

A square with a side length of 14cm has an area of 196cm2

Use Pythagoras' theorum a2 = b2 + c2 a2 = (9x9) + (12x12) 225 = 81 + 144 Ö225 = 15cm > 14cm. answer NO.

the area of a rectangal is defined as A=LxW if L=14cm and W=6.5cm A= 14x6.5 A= 91

12 x 14 x 11 = 1848cm3 The volume of the cuboid is therefore 1848 cubic centimetres.

Since there are five numbers given it is assumed that the figure in question is a pentagon. Unfortunately, a triangle is the only polygonal shape that is rigid. A pentagon, with all five sides of known lengths is not rigid - it can be flexed in the same way that a square can be flexed into a rhombus. The area of a rhombus can take any value from 0 up to the value of the square: the exact value is indeterminate. Similarly for a pentagon.

The area of a 12cm by 5cm right-angled triangle is: 42 cm2