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Q: What is the area and perimeter rectangle 6 cm x 9 cm?

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The perimeter and area don't depend on each other. Knowing one doesn't tell you the other. -- A circle with perimeter (circumference) of 20 cm has area of 31.83 cm2. -- A square with perimeter of 20 cm has area of 25 cm2 . -- A (9 x 1) rectangle has perimeter of 20 cm and area of 9 cm2 . -- A (8 x 2) rectangle has perimeter of 20 cm and area of 16 cm2 . -- A (7 x 3) rectangle has perimeter of 20 cm and area of 21 cm2 . -- A (6 x 4) rectangle has perimeter of 20 cm and area of 24 cm2 .

If you have a rectangle with sides as follows: 4,4,3,3 the area is 12cm2 and the perimeter is 14. Area: 4cmx3cm=12cm2 Perimeter: * 4+4=8 * 3+3=6 * 8+6=14cm

area of any rectangle is length x breadth. For a 6x3 rectangle, it's 18.

A 1 x 6 rectangle will have an area of 6 and a perimeter of 14.

The width of the rectangle is 4 cm

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To answer this simply try a few out for yourself. In a 2x1 cm rectangle, the area is 2 cm squared and the perimeter is 6 cm In a 12x10 rectangle, the area is 120 cm squared and the perimeter is 44 cm. In some cases, the perimeter is larger and in others it is smaller. To answer your question, no, the perimeter of a rectangle is NOT always greater than its area.

Try a rectangle with dimensions of 6 cm and 7 cm, and see what you get.

A rectangle with sides of 1cm and 6cm has an area of 6 cm2 and a perimeter of 14 cm. A rectangle with sides of 2cm and 3cm has the same area but its perimeter is 10 cm.

The perimeter and area don't depend on each other. Knowing one doesn't tell you the other. -- A circle with perimeter (circumference) of 20 cm has area of 31.83 cm2. -- A square with perimeter of 20 cm has area of 25 cm2 . -- A (9 x 1) rectangle has perimeter of 20 cm and area of 9 cm2 . -- A (8 x 2) rectangle has perimeter of 20 cm and area of 16 cm2 . -- A (7 x 3) rectangle has perimeter of 20 cm and area of 21 cm2 . -- A (6 x 4) rectangle has perimeter of 20 cm and area of 24 cm2 .

If the perimeter is 32 sq cm, there is a very serious problem since the perimeter is a linear measure, not an area! Leaving that aside, the length of the rectangle is 10 cm and the breadth is 6 cm.

2 cm by 6 cm

If you have a rectangle with sides as follows: 4,4,3,3 the area is 12cm2 and the perimeter is 14. Area: 4cmx3cm=12cm2 Perimeter: * 4+4=8 * 3+3=6 * 8+6=14cm

That will depend on its dimensions of which none have been given but if they are 2 by 9 then its perimeter is 22 cm or if they are 3 by 6 then its perimeter is 18 cm

the answer is 16 cm and that is the perimeter.

Draw it with dimensions of (6 cm) by (3 cm).

No,for example, a 1x2 rectangle has an area of 2 but a perimeter of 6

perimeter is the space around an object, area is the space inside of an object.A 4x6 rectangle has a perimeter of 4 + 6 + 4 + 6,A 4x6 rectangle has an area of 4 x 6.

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