Q: Area of a square with sides that are 23 feet long?

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"regular feet" are one-dimensional measurements. Square feet are measures of area--two dimensional measurements. A square foot is a square that has foot long sides. 9 square feet are the area equivalent of 9 square feet.

Square root of the area.

56 square feet is the area of 56 square feet a square foot is unit used to measure area. For example something could be 5 feet long, but it couldn't be 56 square feet long. A foot is a measurement of length, and a square foot is a measurement of area.

I don't since a square foot is a measure of area whereas a yard is a measure of length.However, in 1 square yard there are 9 square feet:1 yard = 3 feet1 square yard = 1 yard x 1 yard (the area of a square with sides 1 yard)= 3 feet x 3 feet= 9 square feet

Is this a trick question? A square with a perimeter of 5 feet and an area of 5 square feet cannot exist. Let's see why. If a square has a perimeter of 5 feet, that means the sum of the lengths of the four sides is 5 feet. The four sides are of equal length (it's a square), and the sum of the four (equal) lengths is 5 feet, then each side is (5 feet divided by 4) in length. That's 1 1/4 feet for each side. The area will be the square of the length of a side or 1 1/4 squared, which will be 25/16 or 1 9/16 square feet in area. If a square has an area of 5 square feet, the length of a side will be the square root of the area. The square root of five is about 2.236, so each side will be about 2.236 feet in length. It's perimeter will about 8.944 feet. With the math working the way it did there, it makes it kinda hard to have a square with a perimeter of 5 feet and an area of 5 square feet. But don't bounce yet. As an aside (but a related one) let's estimate the answers. First, if a square has a perimeter of 5 feet, it's four (equal) sides will sum to the 5 feet. The 5 divided by 4 is a little over one, so each side is a little over 1 foot long. The area of a square with a side a little over 1 foot long will be the square of the length of one side or (1+ a little bit times 1+ a little bit) which will be equal to 1+ a little more than a little square feet for the area. Make sense? Onward. If a square has an area of 5 square feet, a side will be the square root of 5 feet long. If we consider the square of 2 is 4, the it will take the square of 2+ a little bit to equal 5 square feet. Got that? Now we bounce.

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It is 36 feet. 36 sqare feet

2 sides = 40 feet long, 2 sides = 26 feet long and an area of 1,040 square feet.

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No square can be 24 feet long and 48 feet high. All 4 sides of a square must bethe same length. If they're not, then it isn't a square.The area of a rectangle that is 24 feet long and 48 feet high is 1,152 square feet.

Multiply two of the sides togther (L x W) 8x8=64 Area = 64 sq feet.

It's the area covered by a square whose sides are each 1 foot long.

"regular feet" are one-dimensional measurements. Square feet are measures of area--two dimensional measurements. A square foot is a square that has foot long sides. 9 square feet are the area equivalent of 9 square feet.

No. A yard measures a straight line, which is 3 feet long. A square yard measures a square that is 3 feet long on each side. Multiply two sides to get the total area of a square yard. So a yard is 3 feet long and a square yard covers an area of 9 feet.

Area= L(W). So in your case--Area= 4.5(4.5)=20.25 feet squared.Never forget to square an area.

A square with sides that are one foot long. It has a perimeter of 4 feet and an area of 1 square foot.

A square acre has four sides, each side being 208.71 feet long.