# How do you find the dimensions when given the area?

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## How do you find the dimensions when given the area?

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## How do you find the width of a square?

To find the width, multiply the length that you have been given by 2, and subtract the result from the perimeter. You now have the total length for the remaining 2 sides. This number divided by 2 is the width.

## How do you find the dimensions when given the area and perimeter?

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## How do you find the dimensions of a square?

Measure the length of one side of the square. It doesn’t matter which side you use, since the sides of a square are all the same length. Multiply the measurement by itself to find the area. For example, if one side of the square is 5 feet, the equation is 5 time 5 equals 25.

## How do you convert area to length and width?

Divide the area by the length if you are given these two figures but not the width. For example, if a rectangle has an area of 20 square feet and a length of 10 feet, divide 20 by 10 to get a width of 2 feet.

## How do you calculate the dimensions?

Measure any two sides (length, width or height) of an object or surface in order to get a two-dimensional measurement. For example, a rectangle that has a width of 3 feet and height of 4 feet is a two-dimensional measurement. The dimensions of the rectangle would then be stated as 3 ft. (width) x 4 ft.

## How do you find the length and width?

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## What are the 3 numbers in dimensions?

The three measurements of a box (or rectangular solid) are its length (l), width (w), and height (h).

## What goes first length or width?

The Graphics’ industry standard is width by height (width x height). Meaning that when you write your measurements, you write them from your point of view, beginning with the width. That’s important. When you give us instructions to create an 8×4 foot banner, we’ll design a banner for you that is wide, not tall.

## Are numbers 2 dimensional?

Yes and no. The complex plane is represented as two real dimensions. It’s a coordinate system in so essentially, it’s two dimensional. However, it is also one-dimensional at the same time.

## Do numbers have dimensions?

Complex numbers are really two dimensional; and just like the integer “1” is the unit distance on the axis of the “real” numbers, “i” is the unit distance on the axis of the “imaginary” numbers.

## Why are there no 3d complex numbers?

Saying that there are no complex numbers in 3 dimensions is a bit like saying that there are no linear transformations in 3 dimensions, because the vector space of linear transformations is either 1 dimensional, 4 dimensional, 9 dimensional, and so on, with nothing between 4 and 9.

## What is after complex numbers?

Finally, here’s the answer, there are a lot of (infinite) number-systems bigger than the complex numbers that contain the complex numbers in the same way that complex numbers contain the real numbers. However, they’re not “needed”. The smallest number system that’s bigger than the complex numbers is the “quaternions”.

## Is 0 an imaginary number?

An imaginary number is the square root of a nonpositive real number. Since zero is nonpositive, and is its own square root, zero can be considered imaginary. An imaginary number is the square root of a nonpositive real number. Since zero is nonpositive, and is its own square root, zero can be considered imaginary.

## How do you simplify complex numbers?

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## Are quaternions complex numbers?

In mathematics, the quaternions are a number system that extends the complex numbers. They were first described by Irish mathematician William Rowan Hamilton in 1843 and applied to mechanics in three-dimensional space. A feature of quaternions is that multiplication of two quaternions is noncommutative.

## Are quaternions a field?

The quaternions almost form a field. They have the basic operations of addition and multiplication, and these operations satisfy the associative laws, Both 0 and 1 are quaternions. Also, for any nonzero quaternion q, there is a quaternion (−q) such that q + (−q) = 0 and a quaternion q-1 such that qq-1 = q-1q = 1.

## How do you read quaternions?

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