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Q: How can the perimeter and width of a square be linked?

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Area = Legth x Width In a square, Length = Width Therefore Area = Length x Length (or Width x Width) Area = Length squared Length = Square Root of 800 Perimeter = 4 x length Perimeter = 4 x Square Root of 800 Perimeter = 113.14

perimeter is the measure around the figure; area is the measure within the figure formula: perimeter: length+length+width+width=perimeter (for square or rectangle) area: length times width= area ( for square or rectangle)

The perimeter of any rectangle is [ 2 x (length + width) ]. Since the length and width of a square are equal, the perimeter of a square is also [ 2 x (side + side) ] = (4 x side).

Divide the perimeter by 4 and then square the result to find the area of the square.

You multiply length times width

The perimeter is 82 meters.

Length = (1/2 of perimeter) minus (Width) Diagonal = square root of [ (Length)2 + (Width)2 ]

36, area is equal to length X width, perimeter is equal to 2(length)+2(width) in a square length is equal to width, so we take the square root of the area to find that both are 9, which means the perimeter is 9 X 4, 36.

If people say that "perimeter is the length times width" stop listening to them. They don't know what they are talking about.Length times width is the area, not the perimeter. For a square or rectangle, the perimeter is double the sum of the length and the width.

The perimeter is found by adding the length of each side. The area is found by multiplying the length of the square by the width.

To know the perimeter, you must know the dimensions (length and width). But there are many possible dimensions if you have 24 square feet.

For a given perimeter, its a square.

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