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Q: What is the perimeter of a squareif it has an area of 4 centimeters?

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Area = (side)2 = 16 square centimeters Perimeter = 4 x side = 16 centimeters

Each side is 8cm so the perimeter is 4*8 = 32 cm

4 root 4 ie 8 cm

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.

For a square area = side2; perimeter = 4 x side. side2 = 1225 sq cm => side = sqrt(1225) = 35cm => perimeter = 4 x 35cm = 140cm.

For a square, the area is the length of a side squared and the perimeter is 4 times the length. If the area is 49, then the length of a side is 7. The perimeter is then 4 times 7, or 28.

The area is 9 cm212 / 4 = 33 * 3 = 9

It is: 4*8 = 32 cm

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The idea is to first calculate the length of one side. Then you can multiply that by 4 to get the perimeter.

For a square Area = Side2 thus Side = √Area = √81 = 9cmFor a square, Perimeter = 4 x Side = 4 x 9 = 36cm

For an area measuring 4cm long and 3cm wide, the area is equal to 3cm x 4cm = 12 square cm. The perimeter is simply the sum of all the sides, so is equal to 4+4+3+3 = 14cm.

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