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Q: Find the area and perimeter of a square with a diagnal of 12 inches.?

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Perimeter = 100 inches Area = 600 square inches

for area you times the two numbers and for perimeter you add the numbers

let x be the sidelength of the squareby pythagoras' theorum:x2+x2 = 1222x2 = 144x2 = 72x = 6*(2)^0.5 [2^0.5 is the square root of 2]x = 8.4852813742385702928 (20sf)perimeter = 4xperimeter = 33.941125496954281171(20sf)

20 inches Formula: P=4s P=4*number you want to find P=answer

All you would have to do is multiply 2.5 by 4 since a square is composed of 4 sides and all a perimeter is is the measure of the outside of a shape.

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Perimeter = 100 inches Area = 600 square inches

it would be 68.5 inches

for area you times the two numbers and for perimeter you add the numbers

let x be the sidelength of the squareby pythagoras' theorum:x2+x2 = 1222x2 = 144x2 = 72x = 6*(2)^0.5 [2^0.5 is the square root of 2]x = 8.4852813742385702928 (20sf)perimeter = 4xperimeter = 33.941125496954281171(20sf)

15" x 4 sides = 60-inch perimeter.

That's oddly worded. You can't find the area of a perimeter. Either way, we need to know how many sides there are. A square with 6-inch sideshas a perimeter of 24 inches and an area of 36 square inches.

20 inches Formula: P=4s P=4*number you want to find P=answer

find the perimeter of a square that has 12 m side

Let x be the side of the triangle. Thus 4(x-5) is the perimeter of the square.Balance by the perimeter relation,3x = 7+4(x-5)Solve for x,x = 13 inches

Divide the perimeter by 4 and then square the result to find the area of the square.

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