For a square Area = Side2 thus Side = √Area = √81 = 9cmFor a square, Perimeter = 4 x Side = 4 x 9 = 36cm
The first step to answering this question is convert from area to length. The area of a square is L2 where L is the length of one side. In this case, L2=81, so L=9 The perimeter of a square is calculated by the expression 4L So the perimeter of this square is 9x4=36cm
The perimeter is 28.
For a square, the area is always 1/4 of the perimeter squared. Or one side squared.
A square with a perimeter of 48 meters has an area of 144 meters squared.
The perimeter is 600 feet.
The area of square with a perimeter of 36 is 81. If the perimeter is 36, then each side must be 36 divided by 4, or 9. The area of a square is side squared, so that is 9 squared or 81.
One side equal to 6cm perimetre is 6*4=24cm
The area of square is : 256.0
The perimeter is 24cm ******************************** First divide the perimeter by 4, then times the answer by 2, to get the area. Thus: (36 / 4 = 9) x 2 = 18 cm2
A = 256 units squared.
About 19.6 feet.
Area is 64 units squared.
The area of a rectangle is not enough information to determine its shape (thin and narrow or fat and short) and therefore its perimeter.
To find the area of a square if the perimeter is given, we must divide it by 4. Here, we have to divide 12 by 4, which is 3. The area of a square is side squared, so that is 3 squared or 9.
Oddly enough the perimeter is 16 centimeters.
The perimeter is not going to have sq units. If the perimeter of a square is 15 units then the area would be 14.0625units squared.
The answer will be 81 in squared.......dummy...
P = 20cm
P = 48cm