In this tutorial, we learn how to find the area of a rectangle. First, you will need to know the formula, which is length times width. So, first find the length and width of the rectangle. After this, you will multiply the length and width together. Next, write down the units so you don't forget. When you are finished, you will know the area in just a few easy steps. This is a basic formula that is easy to understand and can be done quickly. When you are finished finding this, make sure you write down what kind of units you are dealing with, then you are done!
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