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Area of a Rectangle

The area of a rectangle is the length of one side times the length of the other side. So presented with a rectangle where one side is, say, fifty feet, and the other side is 24 feet, then the area of this rectangle would be 50 feet times 24 feet or 1200 square feet.

This calculation is often used in figuring the square feet of a building. Remember that the outside measurements of a building are to be used.

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