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**Area of rectangle = h X w**

Area is the space inside a shape's outline and is measured in squares.

If there is a grid you can work out the area of a rectangle by counting the number of squares covered by the shape.

For all rectangles and squares, whether there is a grid or not, you can work out the area by multiplying the width by the height.

**For Example.**

A rectangle that is 3cm wide and 4cm high will be 3 X 4 = 12cm^{2}.

If the shape is measured in mm your answer will be mm^{2} if the shape is measured in inches your answer will be inches^{2} and so on.