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A bigger square, a rectangle, an irregular concave hexagon, an irregular concave octagon are all possibilities.

Q: A square and an L shape Which larger shape would be made if the two sections are fitted together?

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The area of a square is a function of the perimeter of the square.

All cross sections of a square pyramid that are parallel to the base are squares

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A square kilometre is 9999 times larger (10000 times as large).

Divide square into 4parts gets 4 rhombus shapes

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36 one square mile sections normally: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Survey_township

To find the area of a roof in square yards, first measure how long it is and how wide it is in feet. Multiply the two numbers together to get the area in square feet. Since there are 9 square feet in a square yard, divide the number by 9 and you will have the area of the roof in square yards. If the house is L shaped, measure the different sections separately and then add the square yards together.

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A square meter is larger than a square yard.

No * * * * * Yes it can: and in many ways. One possible way is to add a right isosceles triangle to each side of the square (with the hypotenuse along the square) to make it a larger square!

A square meter is a million times larger than a square millimeter.

All cross sections of a square pyramid that are parallel to the base are squares

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Four square feet is larger because it is equal to 576 square inches.