A rectangle is a quadrilateral in which all the four angles are right angles and the opposite sides are equal in length.
Let be a rectangle having and . Let be the diagonal which divides the rectangle into two right triangles, and .
In exchange for a square plot of land, one of whose sides is m, a man wants to buy a rectangular plot m long which is of the same area as the square plot. Find the width of the rectangular plot.
Side of the square plot m
Area of the square plot square m
Length of the rectangular plot m
Length of the rectangular plot area of square plot
Length of the rectangular plot Square m
Width of rectangular plot m
How many tiles cm square will be required to pave a footpath m wide carried round the outside of a grassy plot m long and m broad.
Width of foot path m
Outside dimensions of the plot are m and m
Outside area of plot square m
Inside area of plot square m
Area of foot path outside area inside area square m
Area of one tile square m
Number of tiles required tiles