The area increase by four times.
if length is doubled then resistivity increases&when area is doubled resistivity decreases.
The area would become four times larger. The area increase is always the perimeter increase, squared. For example. If the sides of a square were quadrupled, the area would become sixteen times larger.
Area of a rhombus: base times perpendicular height Or area of a rhombus: 0.5 times product of its diagonals
Area of a rhombus = 0.5 times the product of its diagonals
Yes it does. By a factor of 4.
If the linear dimensions of a square or a rectangle are doubled, the area of the object will be quadrupled.
If the sides of a triangle are doubled then the area becomes quadrupled (four times as large).
The area should increase.
the area is increased by 4 times
Area of rhombus = 0.5 times the product of its diagonals
Surface Area becomes 4 times the original when its edges are doubled because Suraface area = (edge)^2