The length and width of a square are equal. Thus, find the square root of the area and the answer = length= width.
Since all sides of a square are equal and area is length times width, the width of the square is 5 cm.
You don't measure the length and width in square feet. Square feet is an area. You measure the length and width in feet, then multiply them to get the area in square feet.
The square of the diagonal minus the square of the height would equal the square of the width. Therefore the square root of the solution to the above problem would be the width
Square root the area. The length and width of a square are always the same and length times width is the area so this is how you get the area.
For a rectangle or square, Area = Length * Width So Length = Area / Width.
The area of a square or rectangle can be found by multiplying the length times the width. In a square both the length and width are the same measure.
The length of the square is equal to its width, because in a square all sides are equal.
Area = length x width. In a square these are the same so it is the square of a side, in this case the square of 9...
the height is the same as the length and width
measure the width and the legnth. times the width and the legnth and it will give you your square footage.
length*width = 2*width*width i.e square the width and multiply by 2
No. A square on its side will have a width equal to its side length. On its vertex, its width will be larger: up to sqrt(2) times as large.
A cube (3D) has length, width and height. A square (2D) drawn on a piece of paper only has length and width - in the case of a square, all sides have the same length.
Yes, a square prism's height, length, and width are equal.
Unless the room is a perfect square (length and width are the exact same) you cannot determine the length and width without knowing one of the two first. If you know one of these, simply divide the square footage by the measurement that you do know. If the room is a perfect square, the length and width would both be the square root of the square footage.
x=length of square x multiplied by y = area of square y=width of square width multiplied by length = area
The width is 2 !
Subtract the square of the width from the diameter. The square root of that is the length.
If it's a rectangle of 60 square inches then its width is 5 feet
Make sure both length and width are measured in meters and multiply. The unit with be the area in square meters. The length and width alone can't be square measurements because they are one dimentional
Square feet is a measure of area. To figure out how many square feet there are in a square or rectangle, you would simply multiply the width by the length.For example, if the width is 5ft and the length is 7 ft, then the area would be 5x7 = 35 square feet.
about the width of one Canada square, i would say wouldn't you?
A square with an area of 99 acres has a length and width of 2,077 feet.
A square has equal length and width. The length would be 3.75 inches.