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Q: Surface area of rectangle

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Length x Width x Height = surface area

For a cuboid (a 3D rectangle) of width W, height H and depth D, the surface area is: (WH + WD + HD) x 2.

length times width

The surface area of a cylinder can be derived from the area of rectangle. If you 'unroll' a cylinder you have a shape of a rectangle, similar to a sheet of paper. The width of the rectangle will be the height of the cylinder and the length of the rectangle will be the circumference of the cylinder end.So, Area = length * widthwhere, width = height of cylinder & length = circumference of cylinder end = PI*(Diameter of cylinder)Therefore,surface area of a cylinder = (PI)*(diameter of cylinder)*(height of cylinder)Hope that helps!

It is one surface on a rectangle.

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The surface area is L*B where L is the length of the rectangle and B is the breadth.

Its surface area.

Surface area of a rectangle is length times width

The formula for the surface area of a rectangle is:A = l x wwhere A is area, l is length, and w is width.

Surface area = length*width in square units

Multiply the length by the width. If the rectangle is a square the two dimensions will be the same

You need two dimensions to calculate the area of a rectangle. Area = length multiplied by width.

Length x Width x Height = surface area

Surface area of rectangle: 15 times 8 = 120 square inches

actually surface area is always of 3 -d figures not for 2 d figures. area of rectangle= length x breadth.. remember never use surface area term for 2d figures. :)