The side length in centimeters of a square that has an area of 9 square meters is: 300 cm.
The measure of the side length of a square that has an area of 49 square centimeters is: 7 cm
A square with a side length of 5 centimeters has an area of 25 square centimeters.
The unit for area is a unit of length squared. Assuming that the questioner meant 676 square centimeters, the side length is the sq rt of 676 square centimeters = 26 centimeters.
The side length in centimeters of a square that has an area of 9 square meters is: 300 cm
One side of the square is 12 cm in length
The area of a square is S2 where S is the length of one side. So the length of the side of the square is the SQROOT(AREA) or SQROOT(144cm2), which is 12 cm
You cannot since 8cm is not a measure of area. It is a measure of length or distance.
The area of a square is 54 centimeters? That is impossible! The centimeter is a measurement of length. But a square containing 54 square centimeters would have sides of 7.348469 cm.
If the area is 25 centimetres, then the length of a single side will be sqrt(25) = 5 centimetres.
Area = (length of a side)2 = 81 square centimeters Perimeter = 4 x (length of a side) = 36 cm.