# 4.4.2. Area

A man wanted to have a house and a garden on a square-shaped piece of land, which has a perimeter of m. Given that the length and width of the house are m and m, determine the garden's area.

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Determine the area of a rectangle whose perimeter and width are cm and cm respectively.

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Given that a square-shaped hall having a side length of m is covered by a square-shaped carpet whose side length is m, find the area of the uncovered part of the floor.

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Given that the perimeters of a square and a rectangle are equal, and the dimensions of the rectangle are cm and cm, find the area of the square.

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Calculate the area of a rectangle, given that its perimeter equals cm, and the length of one of its sides equals cm.

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How many square tiles having a side length of cm are needed to cover a rectangular floor whose dimensions are m and m?

Show SolutionFind the area of a rectangle whose length is 7 times its width, where its width is cm.

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Calculate, in square centimeters, the area of a rectangle whose dimensions are dm and m.

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How many tiles are needed for covering a square-shaped floor with a side length of m if each tile has the shape of a rectangle whose dimensions are cm and cm?

Show SolutionHow many tiles are needed for covering a square-shaped floor whose side length is m if each tile is also square-shaped with a side length of cm?

Show SolutionA rectangle has dimensions of cm and cm, and a square has a side length of cm. Which of the following statements is correct?

- AThe area of the rectangle is half the area of the square.
- BThe area of the rectangle is larger than the area of the square.
- CThe sum of both areas is twice their difference.
- DThe area of the rectangle is equal to the area of the square.