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Width = 161/14 = 11.5 cm

Q: What is the width of a rectangle with the length of 14cm and area 161cm squared?

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Assuming you're talking about a rectangle: Diagonal squared = length squared + width squared (Pythagoras) so: Length squared = diagonal squared - width squared ie length = sqrt (diagonal squared - width squared)

Width of rectangle: 180/15 = 12 cm

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

4.5 inches.

11.5 cm

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It is: 161/14 = a width of 11.5 cm

Assuming you're talking about a rectangle: Diagonal squared = length squared + width squared (Pythagoras) so: Length squared = diagonal squared - width squared ie length = sqrt (diagonal squared - width squared)

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

Width of rectangle: 180/15 = 12 cm

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

17.6 squared inches

11.5 cm

4.5 inches.

width = 375/25 = 15 inches

To find the answer you would do 161 divided by 14 because width plus length equals area. You just do the problem backwards. the answer ends up being width=11.5cm

8 ft.