Q: What is the area of a square with sides of 8cm?

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Your square must have sides of 2cm so perimeter is 8cm.

Since all four sides are equal in a square, a square with an area of 4cm2 must be 2cm on each side. Therefore, the perimeter is 2cm x 4 = 8cm.

8cm.

8cm * 8cm = 8*8 cm2 = 64 cm2

Yes. For example you could have a square with 4 equal sides of 4cm (so an area of 16cm2 ) And a rectangle of length 8cm, and width 2cm (Also 16cm2) Hope this helps!

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The area of a square with 8cm sides is 64

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

Your square must have sides of 2cm so perimeter is 8cm.

32 cm² = 8cm²/2

Since all four sides are equal in a square, a square with an area of 4cm2 must be 2cm on each side. Therefore, the perimeter is 2cm x 4 = 8cm.

A square with sides of 8 cm will have an area of 64 square cm.

To get the area of a square, you square the length, ie area = LxL

8cm.

8cm * 8cm = 8*8 cm2 = 64 cm2

Divide the perimeter length by 4 ie 8cm and square the result ie 8cm x 8cm = 64sq cm

88cm2, but it's a rectangle, not a square.

Yes. For example you could have a square with 4 equal sides of 4cm (so an area of 16cm2 ) And a rectangle of length 8cm, and width 2cm (Also 16cm2) Hope this helps!