Q: What is the area of a figure in 35 square units?

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This question does not contain enough information. Is it a sqare? a rectangle? a triangle? a polyhedron? if it was a square it would be 1225/16 units squared.

The area of rectangle is : 35.0

About 3,848.45 square units.

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Length + width = ½ of perimeter ie 9 units. Area could be anything from 8 square units (8 x 1) to 20 square units (5 x 4), assuming there are no fractional measurements and that rectangle is not a square.

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If the figure is a rectangle then it is:- 18*35 = 630 square units

If the area of a square is 35 square units the perimeter is: 23.66 units.

This question does not contain enough information. Is it a sqare? a rectangle? a triangle? a polyhedron? if it was a square it would be 1225/16 units squared.

The area of rectangle is : 35.0

About 3,848.45 square units.

35

Length + width = ½ of perimeter ie 9 units. Area could be anything from 8 square units (8 x 1) to 20 square units (5 x 4), assuming there are no fractional measurements and that rectangle is not a square.

The area of a rectangle is length x width. The area of a triangle is 1/2 base x height. If you mean a rectangle, the area is 70 square units. If you mean a triangle, the area is 35 square units.

Area of the triangle: 0.5*5*14 = 35 square units of measurements

The answer depends on the units used for 35*35. It should be obvious to anybody that the area of a 35 ft * 35 ft room will be quite different to that of a 35 hectometre * 35 hectometre room, for example.

A 5 x 7 rectangle

If you are talking about a rectangle, you can't find the area from just the perimeter. With a perimeter of say 80 units, the sides could be 10 and 30, with an area of 300 square units. But the sides could also be 5 and 35, with an area of 175 square units. There are lots of other possibilities. If you are talking about a square, that's different. Each side is a quarter of the perimeter, so the area is a quarter of the perimeter multiplied by a quarter of the perimeter.