**Q2: **

Find the area of rectangle .

**Q3: **

The outdoor Olympic swimming pool in Volos, Greece, is 50 metres long and 25 metres wide. What is the area of the pool?

**Q4: **

A rectangle has an area of 6.95 cm^{2} and a width of 1.75 cm. What is the length of the rectangle? Give your answer correct to the nearest hundredth.

**Q5: **

Complete using less than, equal to, or greater than:

The area of a square with a length of 14 cm is the area of a rectangle with dimensions 12 cm and 15 cm.

- Aequal to
- Bless than
- Cgreater than

**Q6: **

Find the area of a rectangle with a length of 10 cm and a perimeter of 28 cm.

**Q7: **

The area of a square is equal to the area of a rectangle whose dimensions are 18 cm by 8 cm. Calculate the side length of the square.

**Q8: **

A man bought a square-shaped piece of land with perimeter 168 m. If he builds a house on the land that measures 46 m by 38 m, how much area is left for the garden?

**Q9: **

Regulation volleyball courts are 18 metres long and 9 metres wide. Additionally, a free zone extends from two of the sides as shown in the figure. Given that the width of each free zone is 3 metres, find the combined area of the volleyball court and the free zones.

**Q10: **

Mrs. Adam wants to renew the flooring in her living room that is 13 by 18 feet. What is the area of her living room?

**Q11: **

Which of the following represents the dimensions of two different rectangles that have the same area?

- A 11 ft by 18 ft and 12 ft by 15 ft
- B 10 ft by 18 ft and 13 ft by 15 ft
- C 11 ft by 19 ft and 13 ft by 16 ft
- D 10 ft by 18 ft and 12 ft by 15 ft
- E 10 ft by 19 ft and 12 ft by 16 ft

**Q12: **

The area of Nada’s room is 432 square feet. If the room is 24 feet long, find its width.

**Q13: **

A high school basketball court is a rectangle measuring 84 feet by 50 feet.

**Q14: **

Milos has a backyard with two separate green areas as shown in the figure. If each green area is a square with a side length of ft, determine an expression to represent the area of the space around the two green areas.

- A
ft
^{2} - B
ft
^{2} - C
ft
^{2} - D
ft
^{2} - E
ft
^{2}

**Q15: **

If a square and a rectangle have the same perimeter, and the rectangle measures 4 cm by 14 cm, what is the area of the square?

- A
36 cm
^{2} - B
56 cm
^{2} - C
144 cm
^{2} - D
81 cm
^{2}

**Q16: **

Rectangular tiles measure 30 cm by 20 cm. How many tiles are needed to cover a square floor with length 60 m?

**Q17: **

Find the area of the given figure to the nearest tenth.

**Q18: **

Calculate the area of a rectangle with a perimeter equal to 94 cm and one side of length 37 cm.

**Q19: **

The sum of the perimeters of a rectangle and a square is 138 cm. The width of the rectangle and the length of the square both equal 16 cm. Find the perimeter and the area of the rectangle.

- APerimeter: 122 cm. Area: 441 cm
^{2}. - BPerimeter: 64 cm. Area: 256 cm
^{2}. - CPerimeter: 106 cm. Area: 296 cm
^{2}. - DPerimeter: 74 cm. Area: 336 cm
^{2}.

**Q20: **

Nabil wants to tile the floor of a rectangular room measuring 1 m by 8 m. If the tiles are square, with length 20 cm, how many will he need?

**Q21: **

Given that the area of a rectangle is 1 680 cm^{2}, and its width is 24 cm, find the length of its diagonal.

**Q22: **

Find the area of the rectangle giving the answer to the nearest square centimetre.

**Q23: **

If the width of a rectangle is half its length, and the rectangle’s area is 963 square meters, determine its perimeter to the nearest tenth.

**Q24: **

Calculate the area of a rectangle whose perimeter is 36 cm and width is 5 cm.

**Q25: **

The area of a rectangle is 234 cm^{2}, and its width is 13 cm. Calculate its length, and its perimeter.

- A Length: 26 cm. Perimeter: 39 cm.
- B Length: 26 cm. Perimeter: 78 cm.
- C Length: 26 cm. Perimeter: 338 cm.
- D Length: 18 cm. Perimeter: 62 cm.
- E Length: 18 cm. Perimeter: 31 cm.