Q: Diameter of a square

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5000.Area of a square = 0.5*(diameter)^2

The question foils every attempt at an answer because -- there is no such thing as the square root of a square, and -- there is no such thing as the diameter of a square.

A circle with a diameter of 176 units has an area of 24328.5 square units.

There are about 38.48 square feet in a 7' diameter circle

If the circle inscribes the square, the diameter equals the square's side length. In this case, 16mm.

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Its diameter is congruent to a side of square.

It is the length of the diameter multiplied by itself, with the units being the square of the units used for measuring the diameter.

5000.Area of a square = 0.5*(diameter)^2

The question foils every attempt at an answer because -- there is no such thing as the square root of a square, and -- there is no such thing as the diameter of a square.

The diameter of the circle equals the length of a side of the square

The diameter of the circle is equal to the diagonal of the square, or the (side of the square) times the (square root of 2).

A circle with a diameter of 176 units has an area of 24328.5 square units.

There are about 38.48 square feet in a 7' diameter circle

The largest diameter you can inscribe in a circle is a square. The square's diagonal is equal to the diameter of the circle; the length of the side of the square is therefore equal to the circle's diameter, divided by the square root of 2.

if the diameter is in feet then multiply the diameter by pi 38 x 3.14159 = 119.38042 square feet if the diameter is in inches then dividethe inches by 12 then multiply the diameter by pi 38 ÷ 12 = 3.16666 x by 3.14159 = 9.94835 square feet

If the circle inscribes the square, the diameter equals the square's side length. In this case, 16mm.

The diameter of the circle is congruent to the length of the diagonal of the inside square. If you know the length of one side of the square, you can use pythagorean's theorem to solve for its diagonal (hypotenuse) and thusly the square's diameter.