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Q: If a square has an area of 25 square inches how long are its sides?

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A = s2 Area of the square = s times s

5x5x6=150 If the cube has 5 inch long sides then each side has an area of 5 inches x 5 inches which equals 25 sqare inches. The cube has 6 sides so the total area of paper needed to cover it is 25 square inches x 6, which is 150 square inches of paper.

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Each side is 6 cm long.

The sides of a 25 square meter square would be 5 meters long. 4 sides * 5 meters each = 20 meter perimeter.

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Each side would be 3 inches long and there are 4 sides, so 12 inches.

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To find the area of a square, you multiple the length of the side by itself. So a square with sides 3 inches long has an area of 3 x 3 = 9 square inches. (Draw a diagram if you need convincing!)

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