The sides of a 25 square meter square would be 5 meters long. 4 sides * 5 meters each = 20 meter perimeter.
Yes. Each side is five units long.
The perimeter is the sum of all four sides; in a square, all four sides have the same length. Therefore, you simply need to divide the perimeter by 4.
Each side is six inches long.
That is not a square, it is a rectangle and it has a perimeter of 36 inches.
Each side would be 3 inches long and there are 4 sides, so 12 inches.
Perimeter = 4*12 = 48 inches
A square with a perimeter of 40 inches has sides 10 inches long which will give it an area of 100 inches2
Each side will work out as 12/4 = 3 inches
If the front of the birdhouse is a square with a perimeter of 40 inches, then each side will be 10 inches long.The perimeter, which is the sum of all the sides, is 40 inches. If the four sides are all equal, then each side will be 40 inches divided by 4 or 10 inches in length.
If a square has an area of 86 square inches, each side is about 9.273 inches long.
If the perimeter of a square building is 812 meter then each side is 203 meter long
it would be 68.5 inches