The dimensions (width and length) of room1 have been read into two variables: width1 and length1. The dimensions of room2 have been read into two other variables: width2 and length2. Write a single expression whose value is the total area of the two rooms.

The dimensions (width and length) of room1 have been read into two variables: width1 and length1. The dimensions of room2 have been read into two other variables: width2 and length2. Write a single expression whose value is the total area of the two rooms.

LANGUAGE: C++

CHALLENGE:

The dimensions (width and length) of room1 have been read into two variables: width1 and length1.
The dimensions of room2 have been read into two other variables: width2 and length2.
Write a single expression whose value is the total area of the two rooms.

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