The area of a square with 8cm sides is 64
A square with 12 meter sides has an area of 12*12 = 144 square meters
The answer is 81m2A square with 9 meter sides has an area of 9*9 = 81 square meters.
Area of the rectangle is 144cm. The sides of a square with the same ares is 12cm.
The lengths of a square's sides if its area is 5 is: 2.236
Area = Side * Side
The area of a square with sides that are 4 inches is 16 inches. You multiply 4 and 4 and get the area.
The area of a square with sides of 12.4 centimetres is 12.4 x 12.4 = 153 cm2 (square centimetres).
The area is the square of the length of a side.
The area of a square with 6in sides is 36in squared because 6x6=36.
how do you find area of a square that has sides of length 96 inches
The area of a square cannot be 196 feet. If the area is 196 square feet (which is an entirely different thing) its sides are sqrt(196) = 14 feet.
A square with sides of 8 cm will have an area of 64 square cm.
The area of a square with sides of length 6 centimetres is equal to 62 = 36 square centimetres (36 cm2).
The area of the square picture with 16 inch sides is 16 times 16 = 256 square inches
The area of any square is equal to the square of any of its sides. Therefore, the area of a television screen with 16 inch sides would be 16 squared, or 256 square inches.
The area of a square with sides 2.4cm is 5.76 cm2
There is no such thing as a square with seven sides. A polygon with seven sides is called a heptagon. The area of any polygon depends on the length of its sides.
Square root of the area.
Length of side = square root of area
The formula for the area of a square is s2 (sides squared)
total surface area is all of the area. ex. for a square pyramid it would be the area of the square on the bottom and the four triangle sides lateral surface area is all the surface area EXCEPT the base. ex. for a square pyramid it would be the area of the four sides of the pyramid. the bottom square is NOT included. for a triangular prism it would be the area of the three rectangle sides, NOT the two triangular sides
The lengths of the sides of a square if the area is 2cm squared is: 1.414 cm
Both sides of a square - indeed, all four sides - MUST be the same otherwise it is not a square. If the side length is s cm the area is s*s = s2 cm2
the side is 36.055 yards. in order to find the sides of a square with only the area you would need to find the square-root of that data seeing as the sides of the square are identical and are multiplied by each other to get the area.