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Q: The width of a rectangle is 6 kilometers less than twice its length if its area is 80 square kilometers find the dimensions of the rectangle?

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9" x 4"

12 square feet.

The dimensions are: The dimensions of the square are LW Length x width (srry about the last one)

(width side of the rectangle + length side of the rectangle) divided by 2

The length of the rectangle way not be equal to the width.

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

Length = 9 Width = 9 Your rectangle is a square.

Without the dimensions, we won't be able to tell. The area of a rectangle is the length times the width. If those dimensions are in inches, the area will be in square inches.

17 and 22

Area is 2 dimensions of length multiplied, in a square and rectangle anyway. If it is a square, you can just square the length (multiply it by itself)

The area of a square or rectangle is the product of its two dimensions, so its length is the quotient when its area is divided by its width.

Rectangles have two dimensions: length and width. Multiply them together and you will get the area in square units.

The dimensions work out as: length = 30 times the square root of 5 breadth = 40 times the square root of 5 check: (30 times sq rt of 5)*(40 times sq rt of 5) = 6000 square units

Area of a rectangle = (length) x (width) = 4 x 11 = 44 square iunches

9" x 4"

A square (a by a) and a rectangle (a by b) can have sides that are of equal length.

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