Two rectangles 2

A square of area 36 cm2 is cut out to make two rectangles. A and B The area of area A to area B is 2 : 1 Find the dimensions of rectangles A and B.

Result

a =  4 cm
b =  6 cm
c =  2 cm
d =  6 cm

Solution:    Leave us a comment of this math problem and its solution (i.e. if it is still somewhat unclear...): Be the first to comment! Next similar math problems:

1. MO8-Z8-I-5 2017 Identical rectangles ABCD and EFGH are positioned such that their sides are parallel to the same. The points I, J, K, L, M and N are the intersections of the extended sides, as shown. The area of the BNHM rectangle is 12 cm2, the rectangle MBCK area is 63.
2. Rectangle vs square The rectangle has dimensions of 13 × 10, square 8 × 8. Which shape has more area and how much above?
3. Square to rectangle What is the ratio of the area of a square of side x to the area of a rectangle of a rectangle of width 2 x and length 3
4. Orchard Route passes trapezoidal orchard perpendicular to the parallel sides. It is 80 cm wide. The lengths of the bases are in the ratio 5:3 and the length of the longer base to the length of the path is in the ratio 5:6. How many square meters occupies the rou
5. Pipeline How much percent has changed (reduced) area of pipe cross-section, if circular shape changed to square with same perimeter?
6. Quatrefoil Calculate area of the quatrefoil which is inscribed in a square with side 6 cm.
7. Rectangular plot The dimensions of a rectangular plot are (x+1)m and (2x-y)m. If the sum of x and y is 3m and the perimeter of the plot is 36m. Find the area of the diagonal of the plot.
8. Rectangle area The length of a rectangle of x units is increased by 10% and its width of y units is increased by 15%. What is the ratio of the area of the old rectangle to the area if the new rectangle?
9. Wiring Conduit has a cross section 482 mm. Maybe put it into 6 conductors with a cross section S2 \$mm2?
10. Rectangle Anton Difference between length and width of the rectangle is 8. Length is 3-times larger than the width. Calculate the dimensions of the rectangle.
11. Candies In the box are 12 candies that look the same. Three of them are filled with nougat, five by nuts, four by cream. At least how many candies must Ivan choose to satisfy itself that the selection of two with the same filling? ?
12. Theorem prove We want to prove the sentence: If the natural number n is divisible by six, then n is divisible by three. From what assumption we started?
13. Three workshops There are 2743 people working in three workshops. In the second workshop works 140 people more than in the first and in third works 4.2 times more than the second one. How many people work in each workshop?
14. PIN - codes How many five-digit PIN - code can we create using the even numbers?
15. Teams How many ways can divide 16 players into two teams of 8 member?
16. Line It is true that the lines that do not intersect are parallel?
17. Confectionery The village markets have 5 kinds of sweets, one weighs 31 grams. How many different ways a customer can buy 1.519 kg sweets.