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Q: Formula for finding area of a square?

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Area measured in square units = 1/2*(sum of the parallel sides)*height

base times height example: A square with the base and height of 12, the area would be 144 because 12 * 12 = 144

what is the formula to finding the total surface area of a rhomboid?!

The area of a square is the side length squared.

the formula for area of a square is length times width

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The formula for the area of a square is: A=2S, where A=area S= length of one side of the square

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Formula for finding the surface area of a sphere = 4*pi*radius2 in square units. Formula for finding the volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 in cubic units. Or did you mean the formula for finding the area of a square? in which case it is Length*Height in square units.

Squares are rectangles so the formula for area will stay the same.

Side length squared is the formula for finding the area of a square.

The formula for finding the volume of the square is....... nothing! Its nothing because squares are 2D and I guess you could probaly use area..... :)

Yes, if it is a square the Area=A=l2 where l is the length and If you are given the area, then l=square root (A)

A=s^2 or A=s*s A is the area, and s is a side.

Here it is: acres x 43,560 = square feet

in finding the area if a square or rectangle multiply the length and width, for a triangle, multiply length and width divided by two.

The area of a circle is measured in square units. The formula is: pi*radius2

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