What is a unit of area that measures 1 unit by 1 unit?
This is the measure of Area.
English unit = in2 (square inch) = 1 inch by 1 inch
Metric unit = m2 (square meter) = 1 meter by 1 meter
Roy says that he for you that has an area of 1 square unit will have a perimeter of 1 unit. Is he correct If so please explain.?
The area of a square with side x is x2 SQUARE units. A circle with diameter 1 unit, has an area of pi/4 square units. Since the area of a square with side of 1 unit is 1 square unit, let us call the area of a circle of diameter 1 unit to 1 circular unit. That gives 1 circular unit = pi/4 square units. So a square with sides of x units = x2…
This question cannot be answered because: there is no such unit as a milometre. Unfortunately, it could be a typo for either kilometre or millimetre - two measures which differ by a factor of a million! the area of a square cannot be either of these because both are 1-dimensional measures of length. Area is a 2-dimensional concept and according to basic rules of dimensional analysis conversion from one to the other is not valid.