Q: Find the area of a square whose side is 38 cm.?

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A square with an area of 144cm2 has sides of 12cm which is the square root of 144cm. 12cm x 12cm gives 144cm2.

The side length would be 7. It is 7 because when you find the area of a square, the equation is s2=A. (s=side length A=area). When you only have the area of a square and you want to find the side length, you replace "A" with the area (in this case 49). Then you would have s2=49. To find the side length you would square both sides of the equation. √(s2)=√(49). 49 is perfect square so it's not too difficult to find out the answer. You would be left with s=7. Therefore the side length is 7. Step by step: s2=A s2=49 inches2 √(s2)=√(49) s=7 inches2

Side of a square= take out the square root Area=169cm ² Square root of 169= 13 Side= 13 cm²

The diagonal of a square whose area is 36 is the square root of 72, or about 8.49. Since the area of a square is side(squared), then the sides are each 6. Then since a(squared) + b(squared) = c(squared), for a triangle (the diagonal), you get the square root of 72.

Using Pythagoras, the length of the side can be calculated: Since it is a square, the two shorter lengths are the same, so: 2 x side2 = diagonal2 => side = sqrt(diagonal2 / 2) And once the side is known, the area can be calculated: area = side2 = diagonal2 / 2

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