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Q: Does a 4cm square has same area and perimeter?

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Yes (apart from units):If the side of a square is 4cm then itsperimeter is 4cm + 4cm + 4cm + 4cm = 4 x 4cm = 16cm;area is 4cm x 4cm = 16cm2

Area = (side)2 = 16 square centimeters Perimeter = 4 x side = 16 centimeters

Area : 44cm² Perimeter : 30cm

The perimeter is the addition of the all the sides of the shape. For example if a rectangle has two sides which are 4cm and two sides which are 7cm, then the perimeter will be 4cm+4cm+7cm+7cm. The perimeter would therefore be 22cm. The area of a shape is gotten by multiplying the length and breadth of the shape. For example, in a rectangle witrh the same measurements above, the area will be 4cm x 7cm and that would 28cm. You have to use the square sign but I can't do that here.

Since all four sides are equal in a square, a square with an area of 4cm2 must be 2cm on each side. Therefore, the perimeter is 2cm x 4 = 8cm.

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16 cm

A square with a side length of 4cm has an area of 16cm2

if you mean 4cm by 4cm square, then the area is 16cm2

16 cm

The length should be 6cm and the width is 4cm.

length----8cm breadth---4cm

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