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Q: A rectangle has dimensions 7 ft x 12 ft Which of the dimensions describe a rectangle that is similar to this rectangle?

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That depends on the given dimensions which are not in the question.

12 by 12 feet

The rectangle has dimensions of [ 12 x 3 ].

A 6 by 2 feet rectangle

12 square feet.

The dimensions of a rectangle are: l = length, w= width, and a = area. For example, if the a of a rectangle was 24, and it said that the w was 1/2 of that, then the l would be 2, and w would be 12. Hope this helps! :)

They are 6 and 12

20 ft

No because the ratios are different

Errrrh, the dimensions would be 18 inches by 12 inches!

7 x 19 cm

The rectangle is 12 units by 3 units.

A rectangle is a 2-dimensional object and cannot have a volume. A [rectangular] cuboid, of dimensions 8*12*24 has a volume = 2304 cubic units.

Yes if its dimensions were 3 cm and 12 cm.

Possibly 2 feet by 12 feet

16 and 12

Assuming the cookie sheet to be a rectangle, and 12 and 20 inches are the dimensions of the sheet, the area of the rectangle is s1s2. Plugging in the values yield 12(20) = 240 square inches.

There cannot be a 12m rectangle. A rectangle is a two dimensional object and so there must be two linear measures to describe it. Either there is measure of another length, for example a 12m x 8m rectangle. In that case the question is redundant. Or the 12m is intended as a measure of area and should actually have been 12 SQUARE metres. However, in that case, there are infinitely many possible solutions.

The dimensions of a rectangle, usually, refer to the length of the external sides. Calculation is not necessary in most cases, measurement is. Calculation is necessary when for instance you are given a set of dimensions and asked a question related to that information examples are; What is the area of a rectangle that is 4 x 4 units What is the length of the other side of a rectangle if one side is 2 and the area is 12

This has an infinite number of solutions. Pick any two numbers that, when multiplied together, result in 12, for example 1 x 12, 2 x 6, 5 x 2.4, etc.

6 cm

Using Pythagoras' theorem the length of the diagonal is 20 feet

12/25 = 2/y so y = 2*25/12 = 25/6 = 4.166... units.

There is no such square with those dimensions but if you mean a rectangle then 12*6 = 72 square cm

A rectangle of dimensions 3 cm by 12 cm would comply with the given instructions.

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