The area of a square is the side length squared.
The area of a square is the side length squared. It's where the word came from.
The length of the side of a square with the given area of 81m squared is: 9 meters.
Side length squared is the formula for finding the area of a square.
The length of its side squared.
The area of that square is 10 units squared
Length of side squared
Area is usually length times width. In a square the length and width are the same, so the area is one side squared. It's where the word came from.
64 square meters The formula for the area of a square is length squared, and 8m squared is 64m2
Area = side squared, so the length of a side is the square root of the area, 5.
As the area of a square is the length of one side squared, take the square root of 2401 to get one side's length. The perimeter is 4 times the length of one side.
not in the real world. The area of a square = The length of a side, squared. Any number squared is positive.
Area of a square is length squared or Length * Length. 2.5 * 2.5 = 6.25 square meters
it is 2
3136 units squared
the length of one side squared
72 divided by 2 is 36 so the area is 36 then a square is side squared so the length of the side is 6.
The area of a square is length (of a side) squared.
The side length is: 4.899 cm
Ok so area of a square is equal to the length of the side squared. So if we know the area we can take the square root to find the length of each side. Square root of 6.25 = 2.5 So the answer is 2.5
a line "a side" does not have an are because it is one-dimensional. A better question might be "what is the side length of a square that is 125 cm squared" In which case the side length would be the square root of 125 or 5*square root of 5.
area for a square is the product of a side squared. so the answer is 12.25 cm