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Area and perimeter use different units to begin with; square units and linear units respectively. They can never be the same because they operate in different dimensions.

Secondly, area is found by multiplying the dimensions, length times width; in a square this is the length of one side times itself, hence the term 'squaring' to describe such an operation. Perimeter is found by adding all sides; in a square this is effectively four times one side length.

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