Q: What is square of 50?

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Perimeter of the square: 50+50+50+50 = 200m

Total square yards: 277.78

It is: 80 times 50 = 4,000 square feet

There are 0.09290304 square metres in one square foot. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 50 square metres is equal to 50/0.09290304 = 538.20 square feet.

If it is 50 * 140 feet then you cannot since the first is a measure of length.If, instead, it was 50 feet * 140 feet then the answer is 50*140 = 7000 square feet.

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Yes. Any number is a square root of its square! So 50 is the square root of 50*50 = 2500

no 50 is not a square number

50 is a not perfect square.

50 square feet = 5.55 square yards.

50 square meters = 538.195 square feet

By 50 yards you probably mean 50 "square" yards (?). There are 9 square feet per square yard so 50 square yards is 50 x 9 = 450 square feet.

50*50 = 2500 square feet

Perimeter of the square: 50+50+50+50 = 200m

50 square meters = ~538.2 (538.195521) square feet.

There are 538 square feet in 50 square meters.

The square root of 50 = ± 7.0710687.071067812 or 5radical 27.07

There are 9 square feet in one square yard. Therefore, 50 square yards is equal to 50 x 9 = 450 square feet.