 # Rectangles and Parallelograms Calculator

## Enter 2 values below

<-- Length
<-- Width
<-- Area
<-- Perimeter

A rectangle has length of 505 and perimeter of 1520
Calculate the width and area

P = 2(l x w)

P = 2l + 2w

P - 2l = 2w

## Divide each side by 2

 P - 2l 2
 =
 2w 2

 w  = P - 2l 2

 w  = 1520 - 2(505) 2

 w  = 1520 - 1010 2

 w  = 510 2

w = 255>

## Calculate Area (A):

A = l x w
where l = length and w = width
Plug in l = 505 and w = 255
A = 505 x 255
A = 128775

## Calculate diagonal length

Diagonal = √l2 + w2
where l = length and w = width
Plug in l = 505 and w = 255
Diagonal = √5052 + 2552
Diagonal = √255025 + 65025
Diagonal = √320050
Diagonal = 565.72961739686

 R  = √l2 + w2 2

 R  = √5052 + 2552 2

 R  = √255025 + 65025 2

 R  = √320050 2

 R  = 565.73 2

R = 282.86480869843
 r  = 128775 760

 r  = lw l + w

 r  = (505)(255) 505 + 255

 r  = 128775 760

r = 169.44078947368

## Other Properties:

Faces = 1
Edges = 4
Vertices = 4

l = 505
P = 1520
w = 255
A = 128775
Diagonal = 565.72961739686
R = 282.86480869843
r = 169.44078947368
Faces = 1
Edges = 4
Vertices = 4

### How does the Rectangles and Parallelograms Calculator work?

Free Rectangles and Parallelograms Calculator - Solve for Area, Perimeter, length, and width of a rectangle or parallelogram and also calculates the diagonal length as well as the circumradius and inradius.
This calculator has 4 inputs.

### What 2 formulas are used for the Rectangles and Parallelograms Calculator?

1. P=2l+2w
2. A=l*w

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### What 9 concepts are covered in the Rectangles and Parallelograms Calculator?

area
Number of square units covering the shape
a radius of the circle inside which the polygon can be inscribed
a radius of an inscribed circle or sphere
length
the measurement or extent of something from end to end
parallelogram
simple quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides.
perimeter
The distance around a shape or object
rectangle
a quadrilateral with four right angles
rectangles and parallelograms
width
the measurement or extent of something from side to side.