**12+ How To Find Cross Sectional Area Background**. In 3d you have length, breadth and height but when you go for cross section there are only two dimensions, one is breadth and other one is your height with respect to the direction of length, if you go with the direction of breadth, then the cross. A = l x w (l=length,w=width or we could have used d=depth for your example).

I have the right formula and everything that i need but i can't seem to figure out how to find the cross sectional area of a nylon rope. In 3d you have length, breadth and height but when you go for cross section there are only two dimensions, one is breadth and other one is your height with respect to the direction of length, if you go with the direction of breadth, then the cross. Just list out some of the above formulas on a chart and stick it in front of your work desk.

### I have the right formula and everything that i need but i can't seem to figure out how to find the cross sectional area of a nylon rope.

This is useful if you are interested in looking at differentiating fibre size of fast and slow fibres. Would the cross sectional area be the area: In 3d you have length, breadth and height but when you go for cross section there are only two dimensions, one is breadth and other one is your height with respect to the direction of length, if you go with the direction of breadth, then the cross. But how can you show the cross sectional area for any generalised height?