# The area of the rectangle is 750 meters and the length is 30 cm. How many meters the width

**The area of the rectangle is 750 meters and the length is 30 cm. How many meters the width of this rectangle is less than the length.**

Having compiled the equation, we find what the width of this rectangle is equal to.

Let’s denote by x the width of the rectangle.

According to the condition of the problem, the length of this rectangle is 30 meters, and the area of this rectangle is 750 m².

Since the area of any rectangle is equal to the product of the length and width of this rectangle, we can write the following equation:

30 * x = 750.

We solve the resulting equation and find the width of the rectangle:

x = 750/30;

x = 25 m.

Let’s find how many meters the width of this rectangle is less than its length:

30 – 25 = 5 m.

Answer: the width of the rectangle is 5 meters less than its length.