Q: What is the side length of a square if area of 300 square inches?

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A square with a side length of 10 inches has an area of 100 square inches.

A square with a side length of 16 inches has an area of 256 square inches.

A square with a side length of 6 inches has an area of 36 square inches.

length x length = area length = square root of 441= 21 inches

a square's sides are equal. so area = (length of side)2 = 33 inches so sqrt(33) = length of side length of side = 5.744....inches = 5.7 inches (to the nearest tenth of an inch)

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