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Q: What is square surface with dimensions of 10 cm by10 cm?

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The squared area of the box, from the question itself, is 61 square inches. Scaling up the linear dimensions by a factor of 10 will make the area 6100 square inches.

4 x 10

100 square units

Each side is the square root of 10 ie 3.16227766 etc units. This is an irrational number so in theory such a square cannot be constructed.

How can it be a square if it's 10 x 30 ffs?

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The squared area of the box, from the question itself, is 61 square inches. Scaling up the linear dimensions by a factor of 10 will make the area 6100 square inches.

Not evenly: 2,005 divided by 10 is 200.5

There are many possible dimensions which would have a surface area of 15 square metres, from a circle of radius 2.185 metres, a triangle of base 10 and height 3, a square of 3.8729, a rectangle of 5 by 3, and many, many more.

16, 4, and 10

If the given dimensions are in feet then 10 times 12 = 120 square feet

50 divided by 10 equals 5

Assuming that it is a tank which includes a lid, the surface area is 1300 square feet.

10x10=100 ft

Your dimensions are for a square. You need one more dimension for a box.

4 x 10

100 square units

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