Q: What is the perimeter of a rectangle has an area of 5cm square?

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20cm/4sides = 5cm 5cm*5cm = 25cm^2

30cm

16cm.

Multiply the length of any side by itself ("square" it). To find the are of any rectangle, including a square you multiply the length by the width, e.g. if it is a 5cm square the area is 5x5=25cm2. If it's a rectangle with a 3cm x 5cm the area is 3x5 = 15cm2.

Perimeter of rectangle: 5+3+5+3 = 16cm

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Assuming no fractional dimensions, least possible area would be a rectangle measuring 1cm x 9cm. Area increases to a maximum of 25 sq cm when shape is square, ie 5cm x 5cm.

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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

The area of rectangle is : 20.0

16cm.