Geometry
posted by Mindy .
Find the area of the rectangle.
L = 13m and H = 3m
Do I multiply or do I add?

Geometry 
Ms. Sue
Always multiply when you're finding the area.
http://www.mathplayground.com/area_perimeter.html 
Geometry 
Mindy
Great! So the answer is 39! :D

Geometry 
Ms. Sue
39 SQUARE meters
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