1,369 square centimeters
If the area of a square is 1 square meter, then there is one meter on each side. Since there are 100 centimeters in a meter, then there are 100 centimeters on each side.
One side of the square is 12 cm in length
11*11 = 121 square centimeters
We will first convert the sides to centimeters. 12 inches equals 30.48 centimeters. Then, we will square 30.48 (to find the area, you multiply one side by another, or if it is a square [not a rectangle] you square one side, or multiply it by itself) and 30.482 is 929.0304 cm2.
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.
Area = 27*27 = 729 square cm
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
Area of square= side*sideIf you mean by "length of the square" one side of the square, then the area is 16 cm^2 (If you mean by "length of the square" it's perimeter, then you have to get it'a side from that data:Perimeter of squre=4*side -> side = (Perimeter of square)/4 then you get one side and you can calculate the area from that...)
one half. (1/2)
11cmThe area of the square is 121cm2. Since the area of a square is just one side squared, to find the length of one side take the square root of the area. In this case the square root of 121 is 11. So the answer is 11 cm.