15 times the square root of two, all over two
A formula is this: The diagonal for a square is always the sides
of the square times the square root of 2
Approximately 10 inches.
The perimeter of this square is 56.569 meters.
The perimeter of a square with a diagonal length of 24 square root 2 millimeters (33.94 mm) is: 96 mm
The diagonal length = 7.07 inches.
Length = (1/2 of perimeter) minus (Width) Diagonal = square root of [ (Length)2 + (Width)2 ]
Diagonal of a square of side s is given by: d = 21/2s We have, d = 13 inches So, using the above formula we get, s = d/21/2 = 13/21/2 inches = 9.193 inches
A square with 2-inch sides has a diagonal of: 2.828 inches.
The diagonal is 14 inches.
A square with a 30-inch diagonal measurement has sides of 21.21 inches in length.
Given a diagonal of 7.125 inches, the square has the following measurements: Side lengths of 5.038 inches Perimeter of 20.15 inches Volume of 25.38 inches2
Using Pythagoras' theorem: 162+122 = 400 and the square root of this is 20 (the diagonal) Therefore: 16+12+20 = a perimeter of 48 inches
Approximately 17 feet.
It depends on 2.35m what: length of sides, diagonal, perimeter.
The answer depends on what information you do have: the length of a side, or a diagonal, the area, ... If a side is of length s cm then the perimeter is 4*s cm.
The answer will depend on what information about the square you have: its perimeter, area, length of diagonal.