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Q: What can be measured but has no length width or thickness in math?

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The answer will vary from one book to another, and even more depending on whether you mean length, width or thickness.

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Width is how wide something is, length is how long something is.In maths w*l*h is width times length times height.

a dimension in math is a LENGTH, WIDTH, HEIGHT, BASE, or anything of the sort of a 2 or 3 D object/ shape

It basically means the measure of the size of an object. Such as a shape is measured in length.

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Area has a length and a width. Simple math is x * x = x squared.

The answer will vary from one book to another, and even more depending on whether you mean length, width or thickness.

Length, width, and thickness: centimeters or inches. Weight: grams, pounds (some are quite heavy)

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Times the length by the width

you have to do width X length for example i have a problem that says 6 and 11 units the width is the top and the length is the bottom so you do 6X11=66 and that's how you do width

length times the width

length times width

The calculated length is more accurate then the measured length (that is if your math is correct)

Length times the Width times height

The perimeter is the length plus width times 2.

it is length x width of a four sided shape

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