In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to find the area of a rectangle. The formula for finding the area of a rectangle is: A= b x h. The base is the horizontal bottom lie of the rectangle and the height is the vertical straight line of the rectangle. Whenever working with area, users must square the unit of measurement. To find the area of a square, multiple the side of the square twice (square it). This video will benefit those student viewers who are struggling with math, and are in need of some extra help because they are having problems in geometry.
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