Q: How do you find area in a rectangular shape?

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Area of a rectangle is length times width.

surface area=(perimeter of base)x(height of the shape)+(area of the base)x(2)

Because it is a rectangular prism and it has volume and area also mass and perimeter

There are three measures given but the shape is not specified. I shall assume that it is a cuboid (rectangular prism).The total surface area of the shape is 2941.33... square feet.There are three measures given but the shape is not specified. I shall assume that it is a cuboid (rectangular prism).The total surface area of the shape is 2941.33... square feet.There are three measures given but the shape is not specified. I shall assume that it is a cuboid (rectangular prism).The total surface area of the shape is 2941.33... square feet.There are three measures given but the shape is not specified. I shall assume that it is a cuboid (rectangular prism).The total surface area of the shape is 2941.33... square feet.

It is length * width.

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Area of a rectangle is length times width.

Squared. When you find surface area, you are only finding the area of the shapes that make up the three-denominational shape.

The surface area of a cylinder prism has round shape and the surface of a rectangular prism has a square shape.

All you need is the area of the base and then multiply that by the height and you have the volume of any 3-D shape.

surface area=(perimeter of base)x(height of the shape)+(area of the base)x(2)

If the room is rectangular, multiply the the lengths of the walls. If the shape is not rectangular, you will need to break it up into rectangles or squares. Draw it out on paper and break it up into smaller parts whose area you can find.

Because it is a rectangular prism and it has volume and area also mass and perimeter

You find the area of the base and then find the area of one triangle. Multiply that one triangle by 4 and then add the base. The above is correct for a triangular pyramid NOT a triangilar prism. A triangular prism has two triangular ends and three rectangular faces. The rectangular faces need no be the same shape, but if they are, So Area = 2*area of triangular ends + 3*area of rectangular faces If not, you'll just have to calculate each area separately and add them.

The area of any rectangular shape, including the square, is the length times the breadth. Area = length x breadth

Rectangular Prisim 2x(area of front)+2x(area of side)+x2(area of length) Cube 2x(area of side)+2x(area of side)+2x(area of side)

You measure the linear inches with a ruler or tape measure, then you do the calculation to find out the area (length times width, if it is a rectangular shape).

There are three measures given but the shape is not specified. I shall assume that it is a cuboid (rectangular prism).The total surface area of the shape is 2941.33... square feet.There are three measures given but the shape is not specified. I shall assume that it is a cuboid (rectangular prism).The total surface area of the shape is 2941.33... square feet.There are three measures given but the shape is not specified. I shall assume that it is a cuboid (rectangular prism).The total surface area of the shape is 2941.33... square feet.There are three measures given but the shape is not specified. I shall assume that it is a cuboid (rectangular prism).The total surface area of the shape is 2941.33... square feet.