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Q: What is the area of a square with a side of 5.2 meters?

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A square with a side length of 13cm (52/4) has an area of 169cm2

Each side measures: 52/4 = 13 cm Area = 13*13 = 169 square cm

52 acres = 210,436.53 sq meters

Each side = 52/4 = 13 cm Area = 13*13 = 169 square cm

The sides of square are equal,and when they have given you the area and asked for perimeter,it means that you have to look for the square root of the area which will be one side and that is 13.perimeter=side ×4 which is 13×4=52.

The area of a square is the (perimeter/4)^2. The perimeter is 52, so 52/4=13. 13^2 is 169. The area of the square is 169 cm.^2.

Using Pythagoras each side is 26*sq rt of 2 which is 1352 when squared. So area of the square is 1352 square inches

Total surface area including the base = (2*pi*52)+(pi*52) = 235.619 square metres to 3 decimal places

A square has four equal sides. So the side length is 13 cm. The area, 13 cm x 13 cm, is 169 square centimetres.

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