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Q: What is the perimeter of a square table with a side length of 50 inches?

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Four sides to a square of equal length 50 inches means that the perimeter is 4*50 = 200 inches or 16 feet 8 inches.

The side of the table is 12 inches long.

It is: 12/4 = 3 feet

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Inches x inches = square inches (6 in x 3 in = 18 square inches) A table top is 24 inches wide and 18 inches long. The area of the table is:24" x 18" = 432 sq. inches

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Four sides to a square of equal length 50 inches means that the perimeter is 4*50 = 200 inches or 16 feet 8 inches.

The side of the table is 12 inches long.

Four times the length of its side.

4*50 in = 200 inches.

It is: 12/4 = 3 feet

Length + width = half of perimeter ie 36.7 in. If length is 4.7 in then width is 32 in.

5.7 ft

Is the 60 inches measured diagonally from corner to corner (as is a TV screen)? If the 60 inches is the length, then what is the width? Length times by the width will give you the square measurement of the table.

In a square, all four sides are of equal length. Divide the perimeter by four to find the length of each side: 12 ÷ 4 = 3 ft

Assuming that 1) 72 inches2 = the area 2) The table is a square then the table's perimeter = side1 + side2 + side3 + side4, and, since side lengths are all equal, then perimeter = 4side1. The length of a side is 72 = side1 * side1 = side2 => side1 = root(72) so the perimeter = 4root(72).

Length of the table is 10 feet.

It is 2*(Length + Width).

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