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how do you find area of a square that has sides of length 96 inches

HOW TO FIND THE AREA OF A SQUAREmust x all sides

find the square root

the side is 36.055 yards. in order to find the sides of a square with only the area you would need to find the square-root of that data seeing as the sides of the square are identical and are multiplied by each other to get the area.

0.0625 square units

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how do you find area of a square that has sides of length 96 inches

HOW TO FIND THE AREA OF A SQUAREmust x all sides

find the square root

the side is 36.055 yards. in order to find the sides of a square with only the area you would need to find the square-root of that data seeing as the sides of the square are identical and are multiplied by each other to get the area.

You multiply the two sides the object in order to find the square feet of an area

0.0625 square units

You times its 2 sides and...viola, you have it.

Multiply 2 sides.

The area is the inside. The perimiter is around. If its a rectangle, to find the area you multiply the lengths of two sides

All sides of a square are equal. To find the area if a square we multiply two sides together. 4 x 4 =16 so the length of each side is 4

Area = square of ANY side. Since all the sides of a square are the same...

The area of a square, with 7 meter sides is 49 square meters. Multiply one horizontal side by one vertical side to find the square meters. This formula will be true for a square or rectangle.