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# What is the perimeter of a square with 16 yards long?

The square root of 16 is 4, times 4 (since a square has 4 sides) is 16.

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## Related Questions

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A perimeter is a measure of length and so cannot be 16 square centimetres - which is a measure of area. As it happens, a square with a perimeter of 16 centimetres will have sides of 4 cm and so an area of 16 square centimetres.

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The perimeter of a polygon is not generally equal to the number of square units contained in its interior, which is the definition of the area of the polygon, not of its perimeter. By coincidence, the area and perimeter of a square four units on each side have the same magnitude, 16, but the perimeter is 16 units and the area is 16 square units .