A square with a side length of 3 inches has an area of 9 square inches.
A square with a side length of 4.5 inches has an area of 20.25 square inches.
It will be the square root of 5.00
All sides of a square are equal. Area of a square = length * width Area = 4 inches * 4 inches Area = 16 inches2
The area is 64 square inches. Multiply length by width to get the area.
The area of a square game board is 144 sq. in. What is the length of one of the sides of the board? Answer: 12 inches
Length and side: 7 inches and 5 inches respectively
A square with a side length of 16 inches has an area of 256 square inches.
78 square inches per side.
a square's sides are equal. so area = (length of side)2 = 33 inches so sqrt(33) = length of side length of side = 5.744....inches = 5.7 inches (to the nearest tenth of an inch)
A square must have sides of the same length. It is not clear how 11 inches AND 7 inches can both refer to one square.
The side length of a square if it has an area of 300 square inches is: 17.32 inches.