You will need

- calculator

Instruction

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To find

W –

P – it

*the length of*side of a rectangle if you know the**width**and**area**, divide the numerical value of the square in a numeric width value. That is, use the formula:D = N / W where:D – length side of the rectangleW –

**width**of the rectangleP – it

**area**.For example, if**the area**of a rectangle is 20 cm2 and its**width**is 5 cm, then the length of its sides is: 20 / 5 = 4 cm.2

Before starting calculations, set the width and

**area**of the rectangle in one system of measurement. That is,**the area**must be appropriate to the width of the square units. In this case, the length of work in the same units as the**width**. So, if**width**is specified in meters, then**the area**must be in square meters. Particularly relevant this translation in the measurement of land, where**the area**is usually given in acres, arakh and "acres".3

For example, suppose that

Since "weave" is 100 square meters,

**the area**a suburban area is equal to six acres, and its**width**is 30 meters. You want to find*the length*of the site.Since "weave" is 100 square meters,

**the area of the**"standard" six hundredth can be written as 600 m2. Hence*the length*of the land can be found by dividing 600 by 30. It turns out 20 metres.4

Sometimes specified

If a large accuracy is not required, then use the above formula (D = N / W). However, the length value will get low. To get a more accurate value of the length of the pattern, rate how full figure fills its bounding box and divide

**area**and**width**of a shape having no rectangular and arbitrary shape. At the same time, you also need to find its*length*. As a rule, in this case refers to dimensions of the shape, that is, the parameters of the rectangle in which this figure can be concluded.If a large accuracy is not required, then use the above formula (D = N / W). However, the length value will get low. To get a more accurate value of the length of the pattern, rate how full figure fills its bounding box and divide

*the length of*the fill factor.5

For example, if the lake has

**an area of**100 square kilometers, its**width**is 5 kilometers and it takes about a half dimensional rectangle, then its length will be: 100 / 5 / 0,5 = 40 miles.