# 6th grade math

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What is base measurement?

thanks

• 6th grade math -

The term "base measurements" can have several different meanings.

How is it used in your problem?

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trying to find the area of a rectangle

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Does your problem tell you how long the base of the rectangle is?

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5 yards and the width is 3 yards

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Ahh -- that means the bottom of the rectangle is considered its base.

A = LW -- or A = BH

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thanks

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You're welcome.

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