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## How do you show area in Civil 3d?

Now select **geometry** then right-click and go to properties from the contextual menu, scroll down in this menu and here too you will the see area and total boundary length of the closed geometry.

## What is area formula?

Given a rectangle with length l and width w, the formula for the area is: **A = lw (rectangle)**. That is, the area of the rectangle is the length multiplied by the width. As a special case, as l = w in the case of a square, the area of a square with side length s is given by the formula: A = s^{2} (square).

## How do measure area?

Basic formula for square feet

Multiply the length by the width and you’ll have the square feet. Here’s a basic formula you can follow: **Length (in feet) x width (in feet) = area in sq. ft.**

## What is common to freeze and lock options in layers?

If you plan to switch between visible and invisible states frequently, use the On/Off setting. You can freeze layers in **all viewports**, in the current layout viewport, or in new layout viewports as they are created. Locks and unlocks the layers. You cannot edit objects on a locked layer.

## What is perimeter formula?

The perimeter is equal to the boundary of the rectangle which can be calculated with the formula: **Perimeter = Length + Length + Width + Width = 2(Length + Width)**.

## What is the difference between area and perimeter?

The perimeter of a shape represents the distance around it, the area of a shape is the surface or flat space that the shape covers (in 2D) while the volume of a shape is the space it occupies in real life (in 3D).

## What is the area of all shapes?

Area Formula for Different Shapes

Shape | Area | Terms |
---|---|---|

Circle |
π × r^{2} |
r = radius of the circle |

Triangle | ½ × b × h | b = base h = height |

Square | a^{2} |
a = length of side |

Rectangle | l × w | l = length w = width |