What does length multiplied by width equal?


Quick Answer

Length multiplied by width equals the area of a rectangle. The formula for this geometric calculation is A = L x W. A stands for area, L for length and W for width. This is one of the most basic geometric equations.

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What does length multiplied by width equal?
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A rectangle is defined as quadrilateral. All of the interior angles, of which there are four, are at 90 degrees. Opposite sides of a rectangle are considered to be parallel and congruent. In other words, opposite sides of a rectangle run in the same direction as the other and are set at the same angle in relationship to one another.

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