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What is the area of the rectangle?

Posted by: Tumelo N. on 01.09.2022

• Area of Rectangle = Length x Breadth

The area of a rectangle is found using the formula w*l where W is its width and L is its length.

Consider an example: A rectangle has a length of 10m and a width of 7m. Then its area = 10*7=70sqm.

Area of rectangle =Length * Breadth

Area of Rectangle = Length * Breadth

Area of rectangle= Length * breadth
Area of rectangle= Length * breadth

Area of rectangle = length* breadth

The enclosed part of a rectangle is called its Area. A rectangle is enclosed by 4 sides where opposite sides are equal. Let's consider the sides are l, l, b, b (since opposite sides are equal). We call the longer side(l) as length and the smaller side(b) as breadth. It's a two dimensional figure. It's area = length*breadth sq unit = l*b sq unit
The Area of Rectangle is the Product of its Smaller side ( Breadth) and Bigger Side ( Length)

Area of rectangle =  Length X Breadth

Area of rectangle is the product of its length and breadth. Mathematically it is written as

The area of rectangle is the product of its length and width. That is area =w*l where w is the width and length is the length of the rectangle.
The area of a rectangle is A = l Ã— b ( Length Ã— Breath)
Area of rectangle=length of rectangle Ã—width of rectangle
Area of rectangle is equal to length* breadth.
Area of rectangle is product of length and breadth/ width. So we can write *Area of rectangle*= lÃ—b or lÃ—w
Area of rectangle = length Ã—breadth

The formula for the area of a rectangle is the product of its length and breadth.

Mathematically it can be written as A = l*b.

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