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Q: What is the length times width for a rectangle?

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length times width equals the area of a rectangle. length times width equals the area of a rectangle. area

That would depend on the length of the rectangle which has not been given but the area of a rectangle is length times width

length times width

Width: 8.5 Length: 25.5

length * breadth. (or, can be said as - length times width)

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It is the area of the rectangle which is length times width

length times width equals the area of a rectangle. length times width equals the area of a rectangle. area

Area of a rectangle: length times width Width=11 Length= 11x3= 33 11x33= 363 square feet

multiply length times height times width

The area of a rectangle is found by multiplying the length times the width.

Length times width gives the area of a rectangle. The rectangle with a length of 38 and a width of 28 has an area of 1064 square units.

That would depend on the length of the rectangle which has not been given but the area of a rectangle is length times width

For a rectangle, area equals length times width. To find the length given the width and area, divide the area by the width.

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perimeter 24 so length + width half of that ie 12. Length 3 times width must be 9 and width 3.

The length of the rectangle is 18cm. The width of the rectangle is 9cm.

2 times length plus 2 times width = perimeterhalf the perimeter of a rectangle

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