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The area of a rectangle is the product of width and length. If a rectangle has length 15m radical 9m and width radical 3m, which of the following is the area of the rectangle? 45m^2 radical 3 45m radical 3m 135m^2 radical 3 135m radical 3m

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i replied. lol i don't know this stuff yet sorry :(
well thats helpful
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So we see the area is \[A=45m \sqrt{3}\]
By 'radical 3' I assume you mean square root of 3. In which case the area of the rectangle would be given by 15*sqrt(9) x sqrt(3) Which gives you 45*sqrt(3)
(metres squared)
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or she?
Sorry. I missed that m. The first choice is the correct one.
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