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Q: What is the side length in meters of a square that has an area of 9 square meters of a sqare?

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A square with a side length of 14 meters has an area of 196 square meters.

A square with a side length of 15 meters has an area of 225 square meters.

A square with a side length of 2.4 meters has an area of 5.76 square meters.

A square with a side length of 4.3 meters has an area of 18.49 square meters.

A square with a side length of 5.2 meters has an area of 27.04 square meters.

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The length of the side of a square which has an area of 244 square meters is: 15.62 meters.

A square with a side length of 14 meters has an area of 196 square meters.

If 413 meters is a side length of a square, then the area is 170569 square meters. Otherwise a length in meters cannot be converted to an area in square meters.

If 25 meters is a side length of a square, then the area is 625 square meters. Otherwise a length in meters cannot be converted to an area in square meters.

A square with a side length of 15 meters has an area of 225 square meters.

Each side of the square is 3 meters in length

32.397 square meters equates to 348.72 square feet.

A square with a side length of 2.4 meters has an area of 5.76 square meters.

In a square, all sides are of equal length. The square root of the area will give you the length of a side. The square root of 9 sq meters is 3 meters.

To find the area of a square you multiply the length times the width: A= l x w

A square with a side length of 4.3 meters has an area of 18.49 square meters.

A square with a side length of 5.2 meters has an area of 27.04 square meters.

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