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Q: Which is the area of a square with 3cm sides?

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It is: 3 times 3 = 9 square cm

A square with a side length of 3 cm has an area of 9 cm2

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The information given describes a square and not a trapezium. Area of the square = 3*3 = 9 square cm

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Since a square has four equal sides, the length of one side is (24/4)cm=6cm and the area is length X width or 6cmX6cm=36cm2. One fourth of A's area is then 36cm2/4=9cm2. Square B then has a length and width of 3cm and its perimeter is 2(L + W)=2(3cm+3cm)=12cm. STUPID

2X3=6+(4X9)= 42 42 square centimeters

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Yes if the dimensions were 3cm by 13cm

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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