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The length of each side of a square with an area of 225 square feet is: 15 feet.

The length of each side is 3 feet.

A square with an area of 3,600 square units has side lengths of 60 units each.

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A square metre, which is an area, has any shape you like. A square with each side 1 metre has an area 1 square metre.

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In square each arm's length is equal. If we indicate each arm's length by 'a'. Then area of square =(a)2

The length of each side of a square with an area of 64 is: 8.

The length of each side of a square with an area of 225 square feet is: 15 feet.

If it is a square then each side will have a length of 9 inches

For a square, take the square root of the area, to find length of each side.Sqrt(9 m2) = 3 m

The length of each side is 3 feet.

If the area of a square is 49 square centimeters, the length of each of its sides are: 7 cm.

Each side of the square is 3 meters in length

If you are given the area of the square, then the length of each side is the square root of the area. If you are given the length of the diagonal of a square, then the lenght of each side is equal to the length of the diagonal divided by the square root of 2. l=sqrt(a) l=d/[sqrt(2)] l=length of side, d=diagonal, a=area, sqrt means square root

The length of a side is the square root of the area. √5.76 = 2.4 so the length of a side is 2.4 inches in this case.

If ABCDEF is a square, the length of each side is: 29.01 units.

Each side length is 7

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