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6 x side squared

Area of a square = side squared Area of a circle = pi times radius squared

The side opposite the right triangle is the hypotenuse. The formula for finding the hypotenuse is A squared plus B squared equal C squared. C is the hypotenuse. If side A is 3 and side B is 4, the equation would read 9 plus 16 equal C squared, or 25 equals C squared. The square of 25 is 5, so the hypotenuse is 5.

64 square meters The formula for the area of a square is length squared, and 8m squared is 64m2

A squared + b squared = c squared For a right triangle A b c side lengths For a and b legs of the triangle C hypotenuse of triangle which is the side opposite the right angle

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6 x side squared

A = S squared is the formula for area of a square A = area S = lenght of side

Pythagorean's theorem: Length of Side A squared times the length of Side B squared equals the length of Side C squared in a right triangle. A2+B2=C2

the formula is a squared + b squared = c squared to find the hypotenuse (the longest side) find the square root of you previous answer.

Area of a square = side squared Area of a circle = pi times radius squared

diagonal = square root ( side squared + side squared) = square root (2) x side (pythagorean theorem since angle is 90degrees)

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