Q: What is the difference between breadth and width?

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Length usually refers to the boundaries of an idea. Breadth refers to the depth of the idea.

A rectangular shape has a long side (length) and a breadth (width, short side). A square still has a length and width, though both are the same measurement to form a square.

Yes breadth is the same as width, you have width or breadth, depth and length !! uhu

3 dimensional shapes have breadth, width and depth whereas 2 dimensional shapes have only breadth and width

breath is another name for width

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Length usually refers to the boundaries of an idea. Breadth refers to the depth of the idea.

A rectangular shape has a long side (length) and a breadth (width, short side). A square still has a length and width, though both are the same measurement to form a square.

Yes breadth is the same as width, you have width or breadth, depth and length !! uhu

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3 dimensional shapes have breadth, width and depth whereas 2 dimensional shapes have only breadth and width

Length (breadth, width or height are also used).Length (breadth, width or height are also used).Length (breadth, width or height are also used).Length (breadth, width or height are also used).

Breadth is the width of the vessel at its broadest point.

Another word for breadth is "Width".

Breadth is another word for width. Height is how tall it is.

The breadth of my foot is 3 inches. Breadth: in this sense means width.

Breadth us another word for 'width' - a rectangular block, such as a brick, has length, breadth and height.

so why do you use breadth instead of width? Aren't they both same?