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Q: What is a diagonal of 30' x 30' square?

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Pythagoras! Diagonal = sqrt (900 + 900) = 42.43'

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The diagonal of a square = the length of one side x the square root of 2 (approx 1.414)

The diagonal of a 46' x 46' square is 65.05 feet.

Since a square has right angles, you can use the Pythagorean Theorem to calculate the diagonal. Specifically, the diagonal of a square is equal to the length of a side, multiplied by the square root of 2.

Use Pythagoras. The diagonal, and two sides of the square form a right angled triangle. So if each side of the square is x cm long, the diagonal is x*sqrt(2) cm long.

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10' x 16' is not a square but a rectangle and the diagonal is square root of (10^2 + 16^2) = square root of (100 + 256) = square root of 356 which is 18.867 feet

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