Q: Find a pair of square numberswhich give a total of 13?

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To find the square footage you should multiply the length and width of each room, and add up the results to give you the total square feet.

They are 64 and 36

Square root the area and then times the answer by 4

If it is such that you cannot break it into squares, one main square with others attached. Measure each space and add them together. Measure the outside walls and get the perimeter. This will give you a figure Say a total of 48 feet. Treat that like it was the measurement of a square room. Divide that by 4, you get 12. A square room 12 feet to a side. 1 width times 1 length give you the square footage. 12x12=144. The perimeter is the same on a square room or a star if is the same length, it is going to enclose the same square footage.

Multiply LxW. The units must be the same. This will give you the area in square units.

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To find the square footage you should multiply the length and width of each room, and add up the results to give you the total square feet.

They are 64 and 36

You can. Go to basspro.com and click on find a store. Each store profile will give you their total square footage.

Square root the area and then times the answer by 4

25 + 49 = 74

take off the circle at the bottom, and mold it into a square.

9 and 25

89 = 25 + 64 = 5² + 8²

One acre has 43,560 square feet. Multiply that be 16 will give you a total of 696,960 square feet.

The square of the hypotenuse minus the square of the leg you know will give you the square of the unknown leg.

It means you are finding what number multiplied by itself will give you the number you are finding the square root of.

A square number is the product of a number and itself. 16 is square; it is the product of 4 and 4; 4 times 4.