Q: How do you find a area and perimeter of a room in square meters?

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40 meters

You shoulda done your homework.

The dimensions are 7 by 12 meters Check: perimeter = 2*(7+12) = 38 meters and area = 7*12 = 84 square meters

divide the perimeter by four to get the length of one side then square your answer to find the area

You square-root the area

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40 meters

You shoulda done your homework.

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

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The dimensions are 7 by 12 meters Check: perimeter = 2*(7+12) = 38 meters and area = 7*12 = 84 square meters

Are you serious ? For a square: Perimeter = 4 times sqrt(area)

36, area is equal to length X width, perimeter is equal to 2(length)+2(width) in a square length is equal to width, so we take the square root of the area to find that both are 9, which means the perimeter is 9 X 4, 36.

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divide the perimeter by four to get the length of one side then square your answer to find the area

Area = 1,600 m2Side = sqrt(area) = 40 mPerimeter = 4 x side = 160 m

You square-root the area

you divide the area by four and now you can find the perimeter