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The length, width, or height of a solid figure is measured in units of length. The area of the figure's outside surfaces is measured in squared units of length. The volume of space filled by the figure is measured in cubed units of length. The mass of the figure is measured in units of mass. The weight of the object is measured in units of force. The age of the figure is measured in units of time. etc.

Perimeter is a length, not an area or volume...

It is: cross-section area*length and measured in cubic units

2*pi*radius*length measured in square units

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Length squared

The length, width, or height of a solid figure is measured in units of length. The area of the figure's outside surfaces is measured in squared units of length. The volume of space filled by the figure is measured in cubed units of length. The mass of the figure is measured in units of mass. The weight of the object is measured in units of force. The age of the figure is measured in units of time. etc.

Area is measured in square units - volumeis measured in cubic units

Perimeter is a length, not an area or volume...

length*width = area and measured in square units

Surface area is measured in square units.

The square of any unit of length or distance is a unit of area.

An area is a measure comprising two dimensions of length (usually called length and breadth). The dimensional representation for area is, therefore, [L2]. Similarly, volume which comprises length x breadth x height, is [L3]. The shapes are measured in linear units and so these compound units are squared units (for area) and cubed units (for volume).An area is a measure comprising two dimensions of length (usually called length and breadth). The dimensional representation for area is, therefore, [L2]. Similarly, volume which comprises length x breadth x height, is [L3]. The shapes are measured in linear units and so these compound units are squared units (for area) and cubed units (for volume).An area is a measure comprising two dimensions of length (usually called length and breadth). The dimensional representation for area is, therefore, [L2]. Similarly, volume which comprises length x breadth x height, is [L3]. The shapes are measured in linear units and so these compound units are squared units (for area) and cubed units (for volume).An area is a measure comprising two dimensions of length (usually called length and breadth). The dimensional representation for area is, therefore, [L2]. Similarly, volume which comprises length x breadth x height, is [L3]. The shapes are measured in linear units and so these compound units are squared units (for area) and cubed units (for volume).

No, volume is measured in cubic units, area is measured in square units.

Area is defined as the length multiplied by the width of a section of space, the units depend on what notation you are using. Area can be measured in squared inches, squared feet, squared miles, acres, hectacres, meters, kilometers...etc. As you can see area can be measured in any units that measure length.

Areas are already of the type that are measured in squared units of length.

It is: cross-section area*length and measured in cubic units

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