The length of the sides of a square if it covers 222 square yards is: 14.9 yards.
If a square's area is 10 square feet, the length of one of its sides is 3.16227766 feet.
A square has not a length but a perimeter; this perimeter is the sum the sides lengths.
The length of one of its sides is 10 cm.
The length of the diagonal of a square with sides 5 is 5√2. This is because of the properties of a 45-45-90 triangle.
It depends on the length of the sides of the square.
it depends on the length of the sides
It depends on what information you have. In the simplest case, if you know the length of a sides of a square is x units, then the are is x*x = x2 square-units
The answer depends on the shape and dimensions of the prism. If the cross section is an equilateral triangle with sides of rational length then you will require a square root to find its area. You could, of course, have a 3-4-5 triangle, in which case no square root is required if the length is rational.
It depends on 2.35m what: length of sides, diagonal, perimeter.
ok, so think about it. a cube has 6 sides. The surface area is the area of the surface of all 6 sides combined, so you divide the surface area by 6. This gives you the area of each square on each side. Then square root the answer because the area of a square is the side length squared. Now you have the edge length!
The surface area depends on the shape, not just the length of sides.
There is no such thing as a square with seven sides. A polygon with seven sides is called a heptagon. The area of any polygon depends on the length of its sides.
The 4 sides of a square are equal in length
This depends on context. In a square yes in a rectangle no
It depends on what a permiter is! The perimeter is 30 units of length.
It is not possible to answer the question since a square prism can have any length.