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Q: How is finding a square the same as finding the area of square?

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Squares are rectangles so the formula for area will stay the same.

Yes, it is the same thing.Finding the square (unit of measure) is just like finding the area of a circle.You find it just like how you find area (3.14 x radius squared).

To find the area of a square you multiply the length by the width. Since it is a square and not a rectangle you will be multiplying the same number because all the sides are the same length.

Get the length of the side and square that number.

The formula for the area of a square is: A=2S, where A=area S= length of one side of the square

The area of 520 if it is a square can be found by finding square root of area which is 22.8.

It is the same as finding the square root.

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Area in square units = 0.5*base*height

Yes, if it is a square the Area=A=l2 where l is the length and If you are given the area, then l=square root (A)

The surface area is measured in square units

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