Q: What is the width of a rectangle if the area was 180 cm squared and the length was 15?

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Area of a rectangle = length * width = 72 feet-squared

11.5 cm

4.5 inches.

Width = 161/14 = 11.5 cm

width = 375/25 = 15 inches

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Area of a rectangle = length * width = 72 feet-squared

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Just multiply the width and the length for a rectangle or a square. The answer is 884cm squared.

11.5 cm

4.5 inches.

17.6 squared inches

Lengthxwidth=area You multiply the length times the width and then you put the answer in squared units

Width = 161/14 = 11.5 cm

width = 375/25 = 15 inches

That is a square, but the formula is the same. Area = Length * Width Area = 25 * 25 = 625 squared units ===============

8 ft.

length x width Example: A rectangle has a length of 24m and a width of 48m. What is its area? l x w= 24m(length) x 48m(width/breadth) = 1152m2 (meters squared)