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Q: How do you find the length of the square?

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Divide the length of the diagonal of a square by 1.4142 (which is the square root of 2) to find the length of a side. Similarly, to find the length of the diagonal of a square, multiply the length of a side by 1.4142.

All four sides of a square are of equal length. To find the area, you square the length of one side. To find the length of one side from the given area, find the square root of the area. In this case, the square root of 25 is 5. Hence, the length of a side is 5 yards.

The length and width of a square are equal. Thus, find the square root of the area and the answer = length= width.

To find the area of a square you multiply its length by its width.

how do you find area of a square that has sides of length 96 inches

Make the segment into a square, find the area of the square, then find the square root of the area because the square root is equal to the side length

Square the length of a side.

The length and width of a square by definition are of equal length. The area (A) of a square = d2, where d is the length of one side. If the area is known, then the length of the side of a square, d = √A (square root of A).

the height is the same as the length and width

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.

i think you find the square root of the area. that's the length and the width, so you multiply it.

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