Q: What is the area of a 3.68 cm by 8 cm rectangle?

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30 sq. cm

6 cm

This question needs additional information, To get the area of the shaded area get the difference between the total area and the un-shaded region.

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

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The area of a rectangle can be found by multiplying its length by the width. A square is a special type of rectangle which has sides of equal length. Therefore a square that is 8 cm long will also be 8 cm wide. To find the area of this paper, you would multiply the height (8) by the width (also 8) 8 cm x 8 cm = 64 cm2

Using 3.14 as Pi the area of circle is: 0