# what will happen to the area of a rectangular if its length is doubled and breadth is tripled?1. 5 TIMES MORE THAN THE AREA OF THE OLD RECTANGLE2. ARE WILL REMAIN THE SAME3. 6 TIMES LESS THE AREA OF THE OLD RECTANGLE4. 6 TIMES MORE THE AREA OF THE OLD RECTANGLE

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by rehana
the answer is [4]6 times the area of the old rectangle because,
initially area is l*b after length and breadth are changed,2l*3b=6lb

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2014-04-29T13:12:39+05:30

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It will be six times more the area of the old entangle. Refer my previous answer for working.
2014-04-29T13:15:59+05:30
The area will be 6 times more than the  area of the old rectangle.
for example , take a rectangle with the l= 4cm and b= 2cm
then the double l = 8cm and the tripled b = 6cm
area of old rectangle = 4x 2 = 8cm
area of new rectangle = 8 x 6 = 48cm
48/8 = 6
therefore 6 times more.