the answer is 48.5
The area of the rectangle is the product of the length of the sides (provided the units of length are the same). Imagine a rectangle 6ft long and 10ft wide. You could even draw it if it helps. 6 multiplied by 10 is 60, so the area of a 6ft*10ft rectangle is 60ft2 or 60 sq. ft.
Assuming that "16ft by 6ft" are the dimensions of a rectangle (rather than an ellipse, for example), the area is 16*6 = 96 square feet.
It is: 2(24)+2(46)+2(2*6) = 88 square feet
It is not possible to provide an answer. Four linear measurements suggest that the figure is a quadrilateral of some sort. Unfortunately, information about the lengths of the sides is not enough to uniquely identify the shape and so the area cannot be determined. In order to see why the area cannot be determined, consider a rectangle with sides of 1 cm, 2cm, 1 cm and 2 cm. Clearly, its area is 1*2 = 2 cm2. However, the rectangle can be "distorted" into a parallelogram, with the same sides, but whose vertical height (and so its area) is reduced to 0!
Perimeter = 2*(4ft 10in+6ft 4in) = 22ft 4in
6+4+5+4+6+4+5+4 = 12 + 10 + 16 = 38. 38ft.
The simplest shape is a 6ft*3 ft rectangle.
the answer is 48.5
The surface area is 377ft2
If the rectangle is 12 feet long and has a perimeter of 40, then the height must be 8. If it is made 6 feet longer, it will have a length of 18 and a height of 8. The new area will be 144.
The surface area of this cylinder is 376.99ft2
would think you say 6ft*8ft = 48ft^2formel:If a rectangle has length l and width wit has area A = lw,
Rectangle area, square metre = (rectangle length, metre) x (rectangle width, metre)
If you assume that the area in question is a rectangle, then Perimeter = 2*(L+ B) = 2*(9 + 6) = 2*15 = 30 feet Area = L*B = 9*6 = 54 square feet
4ft by 6ft
a 6ft by 5ft rectangle is a 6 feet by 5 feet rectangle.