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If its area is 49 square meters then the lenght of 1 side is 7 meters

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Answer 100 ---- If the perimeter of a square is 40 meters, then each side has lenght 10 meters. This is because the formula for perimeter is 4L where L is the lenght. Now, the area is L2 which is 102 =100

Since a circle with a diameter of 4 SpongeBobs fits perfectly into a square with a side length of 4 SpongeBobs, the square obviously has the greater area.

665.1 square units.

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the area of a square = (lenght of 1 side)2 so you can calculate square root of both side it yield (the area of a square)1/2 = lenght of 1 side so lenght of 1 side=491/2 =7

The area of a square is 49M2 what is the lenght of one of its side

36 cm area of the square

If its area is 49 square meters then the lenght of 1 side is 7 meters

25 feet

A = S squared is the formula for area of a square A = area S = lenght of side

Area = length x width Area = 100cm x 100cm Area = 10000cm2

Answer 100 ---- If the perimeter of a square is 40 meters, then each side has lenght 10 meters. This is because the formula for perimeter is 4L where L is the lenght. Now, the area is L2 which is 102 =100

It depends what lenght the other side is. Just because an area is measured in square feet doesn't mean the area is square. It could be any shape (e.g. a circle).

Since a circle with a diameter of 4 SpongeBobs fits perfectly into a square with a side length of 4 SpongeBobs, the square obviously has the greater area.

area is : s2 power Perimeter:s+s+s+s s= the lenght of the side of a square this was by Tyrell T. Ingram

665.1 square units.