For a square yes. If square root the area, you will get the length of a side. Times this by 4 to get the perimeter. E.g. Area=64cm2 64(square rooted)=8cm 8 X 4=32cm Perimeter=32cm
Area = Legth x Width In a square, Length = Width Therefore Area = Length x Length (or Width x Width) Area = Length squared Length = Square Root of 800 Perimeter = 4 x length Perimeter = 4 x Square Root of 800 Perimeter = 113.14
The perimeter of a square is four times the length of any side. The area is the length of a side multiplied by itself (which is to say, squared).
1024 square cm
The perimeter of a square whose area is 1,024 square units is: 128 units.
It is: 128/4 = 32 and 32*32 = 1024 square cm
A square with an area of 400 square units has a perimeter of 80 units.
The area of a square is a function of the perimeter of the square.
If the area of a square is 12 the perimeter is: 13.86
If a square has an area of 151.29cm2 its perimeter is: 49.2 cm
The area of a square with perimeter 28cm is: 49 cm2
When the area of a square is 36cm2, its perimeter is: 24 cm