Hint: a square's perimeter is the sum of the length of its four sides...
The perimeter of a square with sides of 3.5cm is:3.5cm x 4 = 14 cm perimeter
The perimeter of a square is the sum of the four equal sides.
The perimeter of a square with 6 km sides is 24 km
The perimeter of a square with 2 inch sides is 8 inches.
Perimeter is 5.
Perimeter is 24cm
sides of square
A square has not a length but a perimeter; this perimeter is the sum the sides lengths.
The perimeter is the total of the sides. A square has 4 sides, in your example the sides are known so just multiply that by 4....
Perimeter is the total of all the sides of a figure. 1.3m is the side of your square, which will have 4 sides, ergo its perimeter is 4 x 1.3m...
The sides are 6.25 each.