# How many rectangles can be drawn with 38cm perimeter?

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## How many rectangles can be drawn with 38cm perimeter?

Answer. There are 9 rectangles.

## How many rectangles can you make with an area of 48?

As such the answer is an infinite number of rectangles. Mal. What are the dimensions of a rectangle that has an area of 48 if the sum of its dimensions is 14?

## How many rectangles can you make with a perimeter of 30cm?

7 Rectangle

## How many rectangles can you make with a perimeter of 28?

three rectangles

## What is the perimeter for 28?

Perimeter = Side * 4

Side | in | cm |
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28.0 in | 112.0 | 284.5 |

28.1 in | 112.4 | 285.5 |

28.2 in | 112.8 | 286.5 |

28.3 in | 113.2 | 287.5 |

## What is the length if the perimeter is 28?

The perimeter was given as 28 and is equal to sum of 2 L + 2W. Checking you can see that 2×8 + 2×6 = 28.

## What is the area of a rectangle with a perimeter of 28?

49

## What is the length and width of a rectangle with a perimeter of 28?

If the perimeter is 28, then the sum of the length and width must be 14 cm.

## What is the value of W units?

5 units

## Which formula defines the unit for electrical power Brainly?

1 W=1V:12.

## How many rectangles can be drawn having one side 8 cm and area 12 sq cm?

that’s why there are only one rectangle is possible.

## How do you calculate a rectangle?

The area of any rectangle is calculated, once its length and width are known….Area of Rectangle Formula.

The formula for the Area of a Rectangle | |
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The perimeter of a Rectangle | P= 2(l + b) |

Area of a Rectangle | A = l × b |

## What is the formula of dimension of rectangle?

Write down the area equation: A = L * W where “A” stands for the area, “L” stands for the length and “W” stands for the width of a rectangle. Solve the area equation: 30 = L * 6. Divide both sides of the equation by 6, and write down the answer. It will look like this: 5 = L.

## How do you find the perimeter of a rectangle without the width?

To find the perimeter of a rectangle, add the lengths of the rectangle’s four sides. If you have only the width and the height, then you can easily find all four sides (two sides are each equal to the height and the other two sides are equal to the width). Multiply both the height and width by two and add the results.