Q: What is the perimter of a 10 cm square?

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It is: 6+10+6+10 = 32 cm

It is the sum of its 4 equal sides.

The area is: 10*10 = 100 square cm

Perimeter = 4*1.25 = 5m

If each side of a square is 10 cm, the perimeter is 4 x 10 cm = 40 cm.

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It is: 6+10+6+10 = 32 cm

It is the sum of its 4 equal sides.

The area is: 10*10 = 100 square cm

It is: 4*12 = 48 inches

Perimeter = 4*1.25 = 5m

If each side of a square is 10 cm, the perimeter is 4 x 10 cm = 40 cm.

Side of square = 10 cm, Area = Side2 = 102 cm2

1 inch = 2.54 cm, so 1 square inch = 6.45 square cm (ie 2.542). Therefore 10 sq cm = 1.55 sq in

10 cm squared is 100 square centimeters.

50 square cm

It is: 8 times 10 = 80 square cm

1.55 in^2****************************************10 cm • 1cm = 10 cm^21 in = 2.54 cm.10cm •(1 in/ 2.54 cm) • 1cm •(1 in/ 2.54 cm) =3.937 in • 0.3937 in = 1.55 in^2