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Q: How do you find the area of a square with the perimeter?

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

Are you serious ? For a square: Perimeter = 4 times sqrt(area)

divide the perimeter by four to get the length of one side then square your answer to find the area

You square-root the area

you divide the area by four and now you can find the perimeter

-- The perimeter of the square is [4 times the length of one side] . -- The length of one side of the square is [square root of its area] .

If it's a square, the perimeter is 24.

Area = side x side; perimeter = side x 4.

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.

Square root the area and then times the answer by 4

Perimeter of the square: 50+50+50+50 = 200m

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