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You multiply width x length. An example: a room's dimensions are 15 by 25. The room's dimensions in square feet are 15x25=375 square feet.

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If the arrow is in a square you can work out the area of everything else. Then subtract that from the total area of the square leaving you with the area of the arrowhead. An example is linked below in related links tab.

Length multiplied by width equals the area of a square or rectangle A=LxW Your answer will be in units squared.

Multiply the edge length by itself. For example, a square with 4 foot sides has 4x4=16 square feet of area.

If the room is square, its area is 11m X 11m = 121 square meters.

square root

It is actually impossible to work out the square root of a shape but you can work out the square roots of the interior and exterior angles, the area and the perimiter

Pi times the square of the radius.

You do length times width (A=lw) for the area of a square. So it would be 25 Work; 5 * 5 = 25 square inches

yes, you would.

The length and width of a square are equal. Thus, find the square root of the area and the answer = length= width.

102 feet is a measurment of length, square feet is a measurement of area, to work out the square feet of an area you need two measurments lenght and width.

Its length in meters times its width in meters is its square area in meters.

If it is a quadrilateral, you take the length times the width.

Turn the triangle into a square work out the area for that then half your answer ---- For an equilateral triangle, use the formula 1/2 x base x perpendicular height to work out the area.

To get the area of a square, you square the length, ie area = LxL

One side measures simply the square root of the area. Examples: Area 4 -> Side 2 Area 25 -> Side 5

what it the area of a 5.4 square

You find the area of the whole square first. Then you find the area of the circle inside of it And then subtract the area of the circle from the area of the square and then you get the shaded area of the square

You don't. Square meter is a unit for area, meter is for length - they're different things.

To work out the area of a sphere, you have to know its radius. Once you know that: -- 'square' the radius (multiply radius times radius) -- multiply that result by 12.5664 The result is near the area of the sphere.

The area of the square is 98 square cm. Assuming the shaded area is the remainder of the circle, its area is 55.9 square cm (approx).

The square root of 49 is 7 so each side of the square measures 7 centimeters

Doesn't work. Square millimeter is a measure for area, while meter is a simple distance. You can't compare distance and area just like that.

Doesn't work. Meter is a unit of length. Square decimeter is a unit of area. You can only compare and convert between similar units. Length-to-length, area-to-area, etc.

The area of a square is a function of the perimeter of the square.