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**fuzzylumpkin** Did you maths that yourself or find an online tool? If the latter I wouldn't mind a link. I can calculate it myself, but I'm lazy lol.

And a small tip, if you're typing from a phone you can long press 2 to get a superscript ² for area... I think in Windows it's ctrl, shift and +

I do the math myself, there probably are tools for it, but I'm a math geek so that gives me a couple minutes of stuff to play with.

This is my base set of terms, so if you give me any one number of the area formula and the aspect ratio, it's easy to convert into all of the dimensions.

a, b and c I use from the normal hypotenuse calculation, but they refer strictly to the aspect ratio values. w is a way of divining the height from only knowing the diagonal measurement and the aspect ratio, while l is the same for diving the width once w is known. I'm sure there's an easier way to do it, but that's the simplest way I came up with whenever I build out my calculator. Area is then obviously w*l.