What is the area in square millimeters of a rectangle with a width of 8.7 centimeters, and a length of 9.3 centimeters?

a.
8091 mm2

b.
80,910 mm2

c.
80.91 mm2

d.
809.1 mm2

Answers

For any rectangle, the area is equal to the length times the width.
A=wl

Here, our width is 8.7 cm and our length is 9.3 cm.
We want an answer in mm, so let's convert to mm.
1 cm = 10 mm, so
8.7 cm = 87 mm and
9.3 cm = 93 mm

Now we multiply 87 by 93 to get our area.
      ₆
      ₂
      87
  ×  93
   261
+7830
  8091 mm²
For any rectangle, the area is equal to the length times the width.
A=wl

Here, our width is 8.7 cm and our length is 9.3 cm.
We want an answer in mm, so let's convert to mm.
1 cm = 10 mm, so
8.7 cm = 87 mm and
9.3 cm = 93 mm

Now we multiply 87 by 93 to get our area.
      ₆
      ₂
      87
  ×  93
   261
+7830
  8091 mm²
9.3 cetineters equals 93 millileters and 8.7 centimwters equals 87 millileters. So 87 x 93 =8091.
Your answer is C
9.2 cm = 92 mm
8.7 cm = 87 mm

92 x 87 = 8004
8004 mm

The answer is above :)
(btw sry of u spot a mistake)
The right answer is a


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