The square root of what? If you take the square root of the area, the answer will be the length of the side. If the area is, for example, in square meters, the length of a side will be in meters.
The area of the triangle in square meters is (1/2 the length of the triangle's base, in meters) times (the length of the triangle's height, in meters).
To find the square meters (Area), multiply length x width (A=LW): 10.66 x 7.94 = 84.6404 square meters.
A square with a side length of 0.06 meters has an area of 0.0036 square meters.
If the area is 117 square meters and the width is 9 meters we can find the length by dividing: 117 / 9 = 13 The length is 13 meters
If the room is rectangular - the usual case - multiply the length times the width. If length and width are in meters, the area will be in square meters; if length and width are in feet, the area will be in square feet, etc.
8 meters. To find area, we multiply both sides of the square. We know that a square's sides are all the same length. This means that we can take the square root of 64 to find the length of the side. Since the square root of 64 is 8, we know that every side is 8 meters long.
To find the area of an objet, which is measured in square units, multiply the length times width. For example, if the object is 9 meters long and 3 meters wide, the area is 27 square meters.
You have to measure the area of the room. Measure both length and width in meters and multiply both to get the area in square meters.
For a square, take the square root of the area, to find length of each side.Sqrt(9 m2) = 3 m
It depends on what the measure of 11 metres represents: the length of a side, the length of the diagonal or something else.