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For a square, the area is the length of a side squared and the perimeter is 4 times the length. If the area is 49, then the length of a side is 7. The perimeter is then 4 times 7, or 28.

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Each side of the square would be 6 centimeters, becasue the area is 6 x 6 = 36 cm. So the perimeter of the square is 6 cm x 4 sides = 24 cm long.


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