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Q: Perimeter and area of a square that has sides 0.5 m long?

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The perimeter of a square is the sum of the lengths of its sides, while the area is the square of one of its sides. That is, if each side is S units long, then Perimeter = 4*S units and Area = S*S square units.

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The sides of a 25 square meter square would be 5 meters long. 4 sides * 5 meters each = 20 meter perimeter.

40cmIf the square has an area of 100 square centimetres, then each side is 10 centimetres long. With four sides, this gives a perimeter of 10 x 4 = 40 centimetres.

A square with sides that are one foot long. It has a perimeter of 4 feet and an area of 1 square foot.

the perimeter is how long the surrounding of the shape is for example if a side of a square is 1 and there are 4 sides the perimeter would be 4 4x1=4 the area is how much space a shape takes up so if the sides of a square are 2 the area would be 4squared 2x2=4 formulas for a square A=BxH P=length of sides added up

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Each side of the square would be 6 centimeters, becasue the area is 6 x 6 = 36 cm. So the perimeter of the square is 6 cm x 4 sides = 24 cm long.

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Each side would be 3 inches long and there are 4 sides, so 12 inches.

Perimeter = 4*12 = 48 inches

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