Q: What is the area of 4 and 5 by square?

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perimeter of a square = 4 * root of the area. Perimeter = 4 * root 25 = 4 * 5 = 20 ft

Perimeter: 2(4+5) = 18 units Area: 4*5 = 20 square units

The area of similar figures is proportional to the square of any linear measurement. (And all linear measurements are directly proportional.) Thus, if the ratio of the perimeters is 5/4, the ratios of the lengths of sides is also 5/4. The ratio of the areas, on the other hand, is (5/4)2, so you can simply multiply the area of the smaller square by this factor.

5*4 = 20 square inches

The area of square is : 16.0

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perimeter of a square = 4 * root of the area. Perimeter = 4 * root 25 = 4 * 5 = 20 ft

Each side = 20/4 = 5 cm Area = 5*5 = 25 square cm

Since the sides of a square with area of 25 are 5 each (5*5=25) the perimeter is going to be 4 * 5 = 20

No. You have to take the square root of the area and then multiply that by 4. For example, if the area is 25, then the perimeter is 5 x 4 = 20.

4X5 = 20 square feet

A triangle is half a square The area of a square is height × width(base) So, the area of a triangle is height × base ÷ 2 5×4÷2 = 10

A square with a side length of 5 feet (20/4) has an area of 25 square feet.

Perimeter: 2(4+5) = 18 units Area: 4*5 = 20 square units

The area of similar figures is proportional to the square of any linear measurement. (And all linear measurements are directly proportional.) Thus, if the ratio of the perimeters is 5/4, the ratios of the lengths of sides is also 5/4. The ratio of the areas, on the other hand, is (5/4)2, so you can simply multiply the area of the smaller square by this factor.

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Then the square will have 4 equal sides of 5cm with a perimeter of 20cm and an area of 25 square cm