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If the square has an area of 256 square feet then each side of the square is 16 feet because the Square root of 256 is 16

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To find the area of a square, where all four sides are of equal length, you simply square the length of one side: for example, the area of a square of four inches is sixteen square inches, or 42 in. To find the length of the side of a square when you only know the area, you simply reverse the process, and take the square root of the area. The square root of 16 is four, for example.


divide the perimeter by four to get the length of one side then square your answer to find the area


you divide the area by four and now you can find the perimeter


All four sides of a square are of equal length. To find the area, you square the length of one side. To find the length of one side from the given area, find the square root of the area. In this case, the square root of 25 is 5. Hence, the length of a side is 5 yards.


An area reference is a four-figure reference that tells us the grid square in which to find a feature.


it is equal to the area of that square divided by four.


All you need to do to find this is realize two things:The area of the square will be the exact square of the length of it's sides.The square has four sides of the same length, so it's perimeter will be four times the length of one of those sides.The way to get the answer then is to take the square root of the area, and multiply it by four. We're told that the area is 25, so the area is 4 × √25, which equals 4 × 5, which equals 20.


its easy really!! All you have to do is divide the perimeter by 4 (because a square has four sides!) once you got that answer you then times that by its self and you have the area!! :)


This is the same as the surface of a square column. Add the area of the two ends to four times the area of one of the sides.


Since you know that a square has four congruent sides, you know that the area is s2. If you want to find the length of one side, take the square root of both sides, so you're left with s= the square root of the area. A square has 4 sides, so to find the perimeter (4s = P), multiply both sides by 4. So you end up with this: P= 4A1/2 where P is the perimeter, A is the area, and the 1/2 means the square root. In simple terms, take the square root and multiply by four.


A four mile square is a square, each of whose sides is 4 miles long. Its area will be 4 miles * 4 miles = 16 square miles.


The area of square is the square of one of its sides, which are all equal. To find the value of a side, take the square root of the area. In this case the square root of 49cm2 is 7cm. The perimeter is the sum of all four sides of the square, so the perimeter of a square with an area of 49cm2 is 7+7+7+7 = 28, or 4x7 = 28.


Area = length * width. A square has four equal length sides, so the length of a side = √24, or approximately 4.90 ft.


The area of a square is found by multiplying two of the equal sides together. A square has four equal sides and the four angles the sides make together are always equal to 90 degrees each. So, a square that is 10 inches by 10 inches has an area of 10 inches x 10 inches=100 square inches.


The area of square is the square of one of its sides, which are all equal. To find the value of a side, take the square root of the area. In this case the square root of 49cm2 is 7cm. The perimeter is the sum of all four sides of the square, so the perimeter of a square with an area of 49cm2 is 7+7+7+7 = 28, or 4x7 = 28.


you can't have circumference with a square. if the have the perimeter(the distance around it) you divide it by four then multiply it by two. this only works with squares, not rectangles.


Since a square has four sides of equal length, each side is 12/4 or 3 feet long. To find area, multiply length times width, which in a square is the same number. Area = 3 x 3 = 9 square feet. Remember area is always square units.


its mean to find the area and then multiply by four.


The area of a circle that has a diameter of four feet is: about 12.57 square feet.


A four-inch radius circle has an area of about 50.27 square inches.


The area of Saint-Bonnet-de-Four is 18.73 square kilometers.


A square has four equal sides. So the side length is 13 cm. The area, 13 cm x 13 cm, is 169 square centimetres.


You add the four sides of it. The four sides of a square are all the same length.


A square measuring 2 centimeters on a side. For reference, a square measuring 1 inch on a side has an area of about 6.45 square centimeters.


For Four sided shaped just Multiply the Length and Width, such as rectangle, square, rhombusetc.



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