Q: What is the area of a square whose sides measure 5m?

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Area of a square = side^2 A=2.5^2 = 6.25 =] -ray

6m * * * * * Actually it is 9 square metres.

16 m squred

The area of a square is its side squared. In this case, it will be 8^2 ft^2.

The total surface area is 230.64 square units.

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289 square inches

Area = 8.5*8.5 = 72.25 square m

289in squared

Area of a square = side^2 A=2.5^2 = 6.25 =] -ray

6m * * * * * Actually it is 9 square metres.

16 m squred

The area of a square is its side squared. In this case, it will be 8^2 ft^2.

If you mean the area is 2304cm2 then the sides measure 48cm

The total surface area is 230.64 square units.

12.5*12.5 = 156.25 sq cm

It is defined as the area of a square whose sides measure exactly one meter. it's symbol is m².

One square metre is the area of a square whose sides measure exactly one metre.