Q: Can a rectangle have 6 square units?

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42 square units

The area of a 16 by 6 rectangle is 16*6 = 96 square units.

18 square units.

15*6 = 90 square units

Rectangle area = l x w = 6 units x 4 units = 24 square units

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42 square units

The area of a rectangle with a perimeter of 32 units and a width of 6 units the area is 80 square units.Improved Answer:-Area = 6*10 = 60 square unitsPerimeter = 6+6+10+10 = 32 units

The area of a 16 by 6 rectangle is 16*6 = 96 square units.

24 units2The rectangle has a width of 4 units and a length of 6 units. Multiply 6x4 to get 24. The area will be measured in square units, or units2 (or u2).

It is: 6*4 = 24 square units

18 square units.

4*6 = 24 square units

15*6 = 90 square units

Rectangle area = l x w = 6 units x 4 units = 24 square units

6 x 2 = 12 square units

42 square units.

Area = 9*6 = 54 square units