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Q: How long is the diagonal of a square if the side is 24?

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Each side is six inches long.

24 inches

By Pythagoras, the other side is 24 inches long. So the perimeter is 2*(10+24) = 2*34 = 68 inches.

The same size

sqrt(1152)

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Diagonal = square root of (24 squared + 26 squared) and that is square root of (576 + 676) and that is square root of (1252) and that is 35.38 feet

24 ÷ 4 = 6 (length of each side of the square).

6 inches.

Each side is six inches long.

FG should be 12.2²-12²(half of 24)=4.84 then square root it which equals 2.2 and then you double it so the answer is 4.4

The perimeter of a square with a diagonal length of 24 square root 2 millimeters (33.94 mm) is: 96 mm

There is no such square with the given dimensions but if you mean the diagonal of a rectangle then by using Pythagoras' theorem it works out as 8 times the square root of 13

24 inches

To find the answer, use Pythagorean theorem. You have a and b, and want c. c=square root of 16 squared plus 24 squared = 28.8444

Use Pythagoras' theorem: 33.9411255 or about 34 feet

By Pythagoras, the other side is 24 inches long. So the perimeter is 2*(10+24) = 2*34 = 68 inches.

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