The area of a square is the square of its side length.
The area of a square is given as the square of a side. So simply take the square root of the area for a side.
... go on? "What would be the side length of a square with an area of 50 cm2?" side A x side B = area for a square side A = side B so (side A)2 = area or sqrt(area) = side A
The area of the square is the measure of the side squared.
The area of a square with a side of 27.5mm is: 756.25 mm2
Side of a square= take out the square root Area=169cm ² Square root of 169= 13 Side= 13 cm²
What is the area of a square with a side length of 4x^3
The area of square is : 2.25
The area of square is : 25.0
A square with a side length of 12 units has an area of 144 square units.
A square with a side length of 7.5 units has an area of 56.25 square units.
Area of square= side*sideIf you mean by "length of the square" one side of the square, then the area is 16 cm^2 (If you mean by "length of the square" it's perimeter, then you have to get it'a side from that data:Perimeter of squre=4*side -> side = (Perimeter of square)/4 then you get one side and you can calculate the area from that...)