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uSING a=LW FIND THE AREA OF A RECTANGLE LIS 9X^2 W IS 4X^3 i AM A LITTLE CONFUSED WITH THIS CAN YOU HELP ME PLEASE

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Damon
L = 9 x^2
w = 4 x^3
A = L w = 9 x^2 * 4 x^3 = 36 x^5
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