Q: What is the area of a rectangle with two sides of 10 centimetres and two sides of 5centimetres?

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Area of rectangle: 12 times 4 = 48 square cm

The area of the rectangle is 6 mm2 which is 0.06 cm2 Unfortunately, due to the rules of dimensional analysis, it is not possible to give the answer in centimetres which is a measure of distance and not area.

The length in centimetres multiplied by the width in centimetres will give you the area in square centimetres.

No. The area of a rectangle cannot be 72 centimetres because the units are wrong.

A rectangle with no sides is no longer a rectangle as a rectangle HAS 4 sides. The x-y plane is an infinite flat area with no limits (sides) to it.

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Area of rectangle: 12 times 4 = 48 square cm

The area of the rectangle is 6 mm2 which is 0.06 cm2 Unfortunately, due to the rules of dimensional analysis, it is not possible to give the answer in centimetres which is a measure of distance and not area.

23*5 = 115 square centimetres.

The length in centimetres multiplied by the width in centimetres will give you the area in square centimetres.

The area is 48 cm2, and hello!

No. The area of a rectangle cannot be 72 centimetres because the units are wrong.

12x4=48cm^2

The area of rectangle is : 18.0

A rectangle with no sides is no longer a rectangle as a rectangle HAS 4 sides. The x-y plane is an infinite flat area with no limits (sides) to it.

The answer depends on the variables of length times width. For example, a rectangle of 10 centimetres by 5 centimetres : 10 x 5 = 50 square centimetres.

The area of a square with sides of 12.4 centimetres is 12.4 x 12.4 = 153 cm2 (square centimetres).