Q: What are the dimensions of a square with an area of 64cm2?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

It is: 8*8 = 64 square cm

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

64 cm sqared its just a square that has 64 cms within it

If a square has a side length of 4 centimetres, then its area is equal to 4 x 4 = 16cm2 (16 square centimetres).If a square has a side length of 8 centimetres, then its area is equal to 8 x 8 = 64cm2 (64 square centimetres).Therefore, by doubling the side length of a square, the squares area quadruples.

14' square

Related questions

64cm2

64cm2

64cm.

It is: 8*8 = 64 square cm

A square of perimeter 32cm has 4 sides of length 8cm. Area = Side1*Side2 Area = 8cm*8cm Area=64cm2

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

64 cm sqared its just a square that has 64 cms within it

If a square has a side length of 4 centimetres, then its area is equal to 4 x 4 = 16cm2 (16 square centimetres).If a square has a side length of 8 centimetres, then its area is equal to 8 x 8 = 64cm2 (64 square centimetres).Therefore, by doubling the side length of a square, the squares area quadruples.

14' square

The dimensions of a square with an area 36 square inches are:Side lengths: Six inchesPerimeter: 24 inchesDiagonal measurement: 8.485 inches

That's very easy. The dimensions of a square with an area of A = 1 m² is 1 meter in length and 1 meter in width.

the length of a side of a square is the square root of the area of the square.