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.
Volume = 6*3*2 = 36 cubic cm
The area of rectangle is : 24.0
Base of rectangle: 24/6 = 4 cm
6 square cm. Could be a rectangle of sides 2cm by 3 cm, or 1 cm by 6 cm etc or a triangle of height 6, base 2, etc etc etc. or a circle, ellipse or even something of irregular shape.
area of any rectangle is length x breadth. For a 6x3 rectangle, it's 18.
Any shape you want as long as the area within its boundary is 6cm2.examples:a triangle of base 6 cm and height 2 cm;a rectangle 2cm by 3 cm;an L shaped hexagon with sides 5cm, 2cm, 1cm, 1cm, 4cm, 1cm;circle of radius approx 1.382 cm;
Area of rectangle: 11 times 6 = 66 square cm
3 cm * 2 cm = 3*2 sq cm = 6 sq cm.
Because the equation of the area of a rectangle is Area=length*width When you multiply length by width, you are not only multiplying the numerical values, you are also multiplying the labels. A label multiplied by itself becomes squared, just like numbers multiplied by themselves. For example, the length of the rectangle could be 3 centimeters (cm) and the width could be 2 cm. To find the area, plug these into the equation: Area=3cm*2cm Area=(3*2)(cm*cm) Area=6 cm squared
Try a rectangle with dimensions of 6 cm and 7 cm, and see what you get.