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The Basics of Area Exercises

Example 1

Can the area of a hexagon be calculated?

Example 2

Can the area of a cube be calculated?

Example 3

Why is grams2 not a valid unit for area?

Example 4

From the list in3, kg2, cm2, mL2, units, light-years2, min2, ft, yd2, and miles2, which are valid units for area?

Example 5

From the list ft2, sec, units2, in, cm3, km-1, mg2, mm2, lb2, oz2, and meters, which are valid units for area?