Q: What is the area of a rectangle with 2 sides of 6cm and 2 sides of 4cm?

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I think it's probably 6 times 4 which is 24… I think.

Area of a trapezoid = 0.5*(sum of parallel sides)*height

The length should be 6cm and the width is 4cm.

It does nothing.

A=1/2(b)(h). So A=1/2(6cm)(4cm). A=12cm^2, or 12 squared centimeters.

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24 square centimeters

I think it's probably 6 times 4 which is 24… I think.

20cm all you have to do is add up all the sides together!

If 2 sides of the rectangle are 6cm, then the remaining 2 sides are 4cm. Area = Length x Breadth Breadth = Area / Lenghth 24 = 6 x Breadth Breadth = 24 / 6 = 4

You multiply 6 and 4.

Area of a trapezoid = 0.5*(sum of parallel sides)*height

12cm

The length should be 6cm and the width is 4cm.

22cm

Draw a right angled triangle with legs of 4cm and 6cm

6 cm x 4 cm = 24cm2 (length x width = area)

The area of rectangle is : 18.0