A square with a perimeter of 48 meters has an area of 144 meters squared.
Perimeter = 12+12+12+12 = 48 feet
Area = Length of side x Length of side So one side measure Sq. root of 144 which is 12. The perimeter of a shape is the the length of all the sides added together so the perimeter of this square is 12 + 12 + 12 + 12 = 48
What are the dimensions of a rectangle that has a perimeter of 56 units and an area of 96 square units
How many sides has a square? Are they all equal? Can you divide the perimeter by the number of sides?
The square root of 144 is 12 Perimeter = 4*12 = 48 meters
4 sides in a square, so each side is 12 meters. 12m x 12m = 144m2
Side of the square = 1/4 of the perimeter = 12. Area = side2 = 144 .
48*20 = 960 square metres.
The area of square is : 2304.0
It is: 4*12 = a perimeter of 48 units
If the rectangle is a square, the perimeter is 48 cm. If not, there are a lot of possibilities.
area = 144 square units perimeter = 48 units