Q: What is the area of a square that is 2cm by 2cm?

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The lengths of the sides of a square if the area is 2cm squared is: 1.414 cm

base x height = area 2 cm x 2cm = 2cm^2 (squared) :)

Since all four sides are equal in a square, a square with an area of 4cm2 must be 2cm on each side. Therefore, the perimeter is 2cm x 4 = 8cm.

Each side is 2cm

Area is length x width. So if the sides of the square are 2cm long and 2cm wide, then multiply 2 x 2. The answer: 4 square centimeters.

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The lengths of the sides of a square if the area is 2cm squared is: 1.414 cm

A square with a side length of 2cm has an area of 4cm2

base x height = area 2 cm x 2cm = 2cm^2 (squared) :)

1 side of square = 2cm area of square = side x side so, area= 2x2 = 4 cm^2

18 square cm

Each square has an area of 1 cm square, for 4 squares altogether area is 4 cm square. Or we can say we have a big square 2cm by 2cm, whose area is 4 cm square.

Since all four sides are equal in a square, a square with an area of 4cm2 must be 2cm on each side. Therefore, the perimeter is 2cm x 4 = 8cm.

2*2 = 4 square cm

Each side is 2cm

Area is length x width. So if the sides of the square are 2cm long and 2cm wide, then multiply 2 x 2. The answer: 4 square centimeters.

If the diameter is 2m, then the area is approx 6.28 square metres.

A cube has six square faces. This cubes faces are 2 x 2 ie 4cm2 so overall surface area is 24 cm2.