Yes because if you square root the area of a trapezoid that will give you the side of a square
Basic answer: Yes.
Because a square has equal sides and a trapezoid doesn't, but at the same time they can have the same total but use different factors.
they are both shapes!
Yes. They are both quadrilaterals and the sum of the interior angles depends only on the number of sides.
Yes. For example, if the square's side length was 10, the area would be 100. If the trapezoid's two base lengths were 5 and 20, and the height was 8, the area would be 100.
It can do.
A square has the same area and perimeter of 16cm
No. Square feet can be used to measure area, area is not a measurement itself.
Area and the square of 1 foot is the same thing. A square measuring 1 x 1 = 1ft2 which is the same as the area.