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The perimeter would be 40cm.

It has a perimeter of 40.

If the perimeter of a square is 40 mm the area is: 100 mm2

The perimeter is 40 inches.

The area of a square that has a perimeter of 40 meters is: 100 m2

The area of a square which has a perimeter of 40 meters is: 100 m2

If perimeter is 40 then side is 10 and area is 100 sqm

the area of a rectangleis 100 square inches. The perimeter of the rectangle is 40 inches. A second rectangle has the same area but a different perimeter. Is the secind rectangle a square? Explain why or why not.

Perimeter = 100 feet Side = 100/4 = 25 feet Area = 25 x 25 = 625 Square feet

Max rectangular area for a given perimeter is a square.P = 100S = 25Area = 252 = 625 square feet

A square with a perimeter of 40 inches has sides 10 inches long which will give it an area of 100 inches2

It depends. With a square with a side of 2, the perimeter is 8 while the area is 4. With a square with a side of 10, the perimeter is 40 while the area is 100. Usually, though, you'll find that the area is larger than the perimeter.

Find the square root of the area, and multiply by 4. If the area is 100, the square root would be 10 (since 10x10= 100) That 10 is the length of one side. Squares have 4 sides of equal length, so 10x4= 40 for the perimeter. Make sense? BTW, works for cm, inches, feet, miles or smoots- does not matter.

Answer 100 ---- If the perimeter of a square is 40 meters, then each side has lenght 10 meters. This is because the formula for perimeter is 4L where L is the lenght. Now, the area is L2 which is 102 =100

40cmIf the square has an area of 100 square centimetres, then each side is 10 centimetres long. With four sides, this gives a perimeter of 10 x 4 = 40 centimetres.

Area of a square = side^2 10,000 = side^2 100 = side Perimeter = 4(side) = 4 x 100 = 400 cm

Perimeter = 100 inches Area = 600 square inches

The square root of 100 is 10, so the edges of the square are 10 meters in length. As there are 4 edges then the perimeter will measure 10*4 = 40 meters

It is: 4*10 = 40 units of measurements The area for a square is length squared. so if we have L2=100, then square root of 100 is length which is 10. The perimeter of a square is the distance around the square, and if we add 4 lengths (because all lengths in a square are the same), we get 10x4 which is 40.

Each side = sqrt 625 ie 25, so perimeter = 100

Area of small square = 1cm * 1cm = 1 cm2 Area of larger square = 10cm * 10cm = 100 cm2 Number of small squares in larger square = 100/1 = 100.

it has 100 and each side of the perimeter is 25

Perimeter is 100', so each side = 25' and 25 squared = 625. QED

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