The area of a square is given by multiplying length by width. Since these are equal, it is the length-squared. Thus, if the area is 256^2 square feet, then the length must be 256 ft.
On the other hand, if your question is:
Area = 256 sq ft., what is the length? Then the answer is 16 ft.
This, by the way, is the relevance of the square root in geometry.
Yes , because it has equal sides and length .if the sides are obtuse the it is not parallel.
24*28=672 square units
0, because 25.4 mm is a length and cant be turned into an area.
No but the dimensions would be applicable to an isosceles triangle
A millimetre is a unit of length. A square foot is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.
836.13 square meters.
A squre has none. A square, on the other hand, has two pairs.
They are 9 and 16
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Cross sectional area (square metres) * 7850 = kilograms per metre length.