Q: How do you find the dimensions of a rectangle with 6 square feet?

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If the dimensions of the rectangle are in feet, the perimeter will be in feet as well. The area will be in square feet. The area is length x width. The perimeter is 2 x (length + width) or 2 x length + 2 x width.

Multiply the length [in feet] times the width [in feet] and then the answer would be the total square footage.

The dimensions are 10 m by 6.5 m and so 10*6.5 = 65 square m

Area = 2*5 = 10 square inches

Multiply the two dimensions to get the area. In this case the calculations gives you 176 square feet. Divide by 9 and you would have 19.55 square yards.

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If the dimensions of the rectangle are in feet, the perimeter will be in feet as well. The area will be in square feet. The area is length x width. The perimeter is 2 x (length + width) or 2 x length + 2 x width.

30 square feet

Multiply the length [in feet] times the width [in feet] and then the answer would be the total square footage.

Multiply the length of the two sides.

The dimensions are 10 m by 6.5 m and so 10*6.5 = 65 square m

98 square feet

Area = 2*5 = 10 square inches

To find the square feet you multiply the two numbers together. So the answer is 156.

Area of rectangle = length x width = 25 x 12.5 = 312.5 square feet

The dimensions of the rectangle are 21 units by 9 units

Unless it's a square, you'd have to know either the width or the length.

width=16 and length=20