3 inches as a length and 6 square inches as an area..........................  Please try to answer because I think math is fun but I just can't figure this out yes

asked Apr 14, 2014 in Other Math Topics by s
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The width is 2 inches.

To calculate area, you multiply length and width. 3 multiplied by what is equal to 6? 2.
answered Aug 26, 2015 by MS Level 2 User (1,300 points)

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