Q: What is the area of 3.2 times 10 m?

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35 * * * * * How about 3.2*10 = 32 m2 instead?

32 sq. m.

As it is a square then it has 4 equal sides So 128 / 4 = 32 Then area is 32 x 32 so area is 1,024cm

Area = 1/2bh Area = 1/2(16 m)(10 m) = 80 m2 ======

m+32 or 32+m

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Perimeter: 32 m Area: 60 m

35 * * * * * How about 3.2*10 = 32 m2 instead?

It is: 10 times 12 = 120 square m

that would be like 10 times 10 which equal 100

32 sq. m.

As it is a square then it has 4 equal sides So 128 / 4 = 32 Then area is 32 x 32 so area is 1,024cm

Area = 1/2bh Area = 1/2(16 m)(10 m) = 80 m2 ======

64 m2 perimeter_of_square = 4 x side_length ⇒ side_length = perimeter_of_square ÷ 4 area_of_square = side_length2 Thus if perimeter is 32 m: side_length = 32 m ÷ 4 = 8 m ⇒ area = (8 m)2 = 64 m2

m+32 or 32+m

The area of an ellipse with a major axis 20 m and a minor axis 10 m is: 157.1 m2

ind the area of the rhombus if AE = 20 m and DE = 32 m.

Area of square: 10*10 = 100 square m Area of rectangle: 14*10 = 140 square m