Q: How do you determine the length and width of a rectangle if given the area?

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That would depend on the length of the rectangle which has not been given but the area of a rectangle is length times width

Divide the area by the width and it will give you the length.

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You cannot.

You can't. If I tell you the width, the length can still be anything at all.

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Given what? Probably measure it

You would also need to know the area of rectangle, along with the width in order to determine the length of the rectangle.

That would depend on the length of the rectangle which has not been given but the area of a rectangle is length times width

For a rectangle, area equals length times width. To find the length given the width and area, divide the area by the width.

measure them.

the area of a rectangle = length x widthwe can rearrange this to give uslength of a rectangle = area/ width

Divide area by length and that gives you width.

Divide the area by the width and it will give you the length.

by appying 2l+2w

You cannot.

If a rectangle has its length equal to its width, then all four sides are of equal length and it is a square.

You can't. If I tell you the width, the length can still be anything at all.