For a square, the length of each side is equal to the square root of the area. In this case, the square root of 36 is 6. So, each side measures six units.
A square has equal length and width. The length would be 3.75 inches.
The length of a square with an area of 81 would be 9.
The length and width can't be determined since it is a rectangle. A length would need to be given, or it would have to be a square.
The side length would be 12.
70 square units.
You get area by multiplying length by width. So this would be 117 square units.
Each side of the square will be 25 units in length.
That would be very difficult to explain, because it's not true. Consider this rectangle: Length = 7.64575 units Width = 2.35425 units Perimeter = 20 units Area = 18 square units =================================== Precise dimensions are: 5 + sqrt(7) 5 - sqrt(7)
A square does not have a radius. A square, with sides of length x units, can have an inscribed circle. Such a circle would have a radius of x/2 units. Or the square could have a circumscribing circle. This would have a radius of x/sqrt(2) units.
Using Pythagoras' theorem which says that the square on the hypotenuse (in this case the diagonal) is equal to the sum of the squares on the other two sides (which in the case of a square would be equal in length). so if the diagonal measured 10 units, the square on the diagonal would be 100 square units. And as this = 2*the squares on the other sides, the square on one side would be 100/2 = 50 square units. As a square has sides of equal length the square on one side is actually the area of the square. i.e. the area of a square with a diagonal of 10 units is 50 square units. or generically the area of a square with a diagonal of length 'x' = (x2)/2
Multiply width by length to get the area. The answer would be 27 square units.
Area is measured in square units - volumeis measured in cubic units
Yes, because each of its 4 sides would measure 5 units in length.
Without any units specified, 2 square is a pure number. Furthermore, being a squared measure its units would be square centimetres, not centimetres (which are a measure of length).
The area of the square would be measured in square units - square meters, square centimeters, hectares, etc.The area of the square would be measured in square units - square meters, square centimeters, hectares, etc.The area of the square would be measured in square units - square meters, square centimeters, hectares, etc.The area of the square would be measured in square units - square meters, square centimeters, hectares, etc.
Ummm, it would be 25 square units!
A 2D interior will be length times width (a flat shape) as in the area of a floor.A 3D figure would be length times width times depth (a raised shape) as in a box.The units used would depend. A floor would be in feet and inches or metres and centimetres.A 3D figure would be in a similar measurement, but given in cubic units.