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

The formula for finding the volume of the square is....... nothing! Its nothing because squares are 2D and I guess you could probaly use area..... :)

Side length squared is the formula for finding the area of a square.

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

Formula for finding the surface area of a sphere = 4*pi*radius2 in square units. Formula for finding the volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 in cubic units. Or did you mean the formula for finding the area of a square? in which case it is Length*Height in square units.

in finding the area if a square or rectangle multiply the length and width, for a triangle, multiply length and width divided by two.

No because the formula for finding the area of an oval, which is an ellipse, is quite different

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)

Area measured in square units = 1/2*(sum of the parallel sides)*height

Area = 1/2*(sum of parallel sides)*height and measured in square units

The area of a circle is measured in square units. The formula is: pi*radius2

base times height example: A square with the base and height of 12, the area would be 144 because 12 * 12 = 144

the formula for finding the area of an ellipse is add it then multiply and subtract that is the final

The formula for the area (A) of a square is A = L2 where L is the side length of the square. Therefore L = √A. The formula for the perimeter (P) of a square is P = 4L : as L = √A, then P = 4√A When A = 144, then P = 4 √144 = 4 x 12 = 48.

Here it is: acres x 43,560 = square feet

I beleve that is the formula for finding the area of a rectangle or squareLength*Width equals area for rectangles. LxW=Area of a rectangle.

The formula for finding the radius of a circle is circumference divided by double of pi. If area is given instead of circumference, the radius may be found by dividing the area by pi, then finding the square root of the resultant quotient. It is also equal to half of the diameter, or the diameter divided by 2.

what is the formula for finding a 3 dimensional square

by finding the area of the base (ex if a square its side times side) and then multiplying that product by the height :D

Let side = b area = b x b = b squared b = side = square root of area

The formula for the area of a square is s2 (sides squared)

A=s^2 or A=s*s A is the area, and s is a side.

Total surface area in square units = (pi*radius*slant length)+(pi*radius squared)