Is there any difference between "A has the length of about 5cm" and "the length of A is about 5cm"?
The difference is in the grammatical construction. I think this is useful because novice writers of English tend to use subject-verb-direct object construction. Varying the construction is a sign of increased mastery and increases the enjoyment for the reader. Grammar is what makes English a beautiful language and one which is difficult to master.
Another variant, slightly shorter and less formal sounding: A is about 5cm long.
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