Side of the square = 1/4 of the perimeter = 12. Area = side2 = 144 .
If the area is a square, 1/4 of the perimeter is the length of one side. That length squared is the area. The area will be the product of two numbers whose sum is half the perimeter.
To find the area of a square if the perimeter is given, we must divide it by 4. Here, we have to divide 12 by 4, which is 3. The area of a square is side squared, so that is 3 squared or 9.
The area of square with a perimeter of 36 is 81. If the perimeter is 36, then each side must be 36 divided by 4, or 9. The area of a square is side squared, so that is 9 squared or 81.
In a square, if perimeter=80 meters, then side=20 meters, and area= 400 square meters.
Area = side x side; perimeter = side x 4.
divide the perimeter by four to get the length of one side then square your answer to find the area
-- The perimeter of the square is [4 times the length of one side] . -- The length of one side of the square is [square root of its area] .
It depends. With a square with a side of 2, the perimeter is 8 while the area is 4. With a square with a side of 10, the perimeter is 40 while the area is 100. Usually, though, you'll find that the area is larger than the perimeter.
The perimeter is found by adding the length of each side. The area is found by multiplying the length of the square by the width.
What is its area? Divide the perimeter by 4: that gives you the length of one side. Then square that length: that gives you the area.
For a square area = side2; perimeter = 4 x side. side2 = 1225 sq cm => side = sqrt(1225) = 35cm => perimeter = 4 x 35cm = 140cm.
To find the perimeter of a square, you first need to work out the side length. The area of a square is L2 where L is the side length. The area of the square in the question is 16cm2 so L is the square root of 16, or 4. To get the perimeter of the square, we simply multiply the side length by 4. In this case 4x4=16, so the perimeter of the square is 16cm.
If you are given the area, A square units, then each side of the square is sqrt(A) units. And then the perimeter is 4*sqrt(A) units. The smaller square inside is irrelevant.
For a square yes. If square root the area, you will get the length of a side. Times this by 4 to get the perimeter. E.g. Area=64cm2 64(square rooted)=8cm 8 X 4=32cm Perimeter=32cm
Divide the perimeter by 4 to get the length of a side. Then you can square that to get the area.
The answer will depend on what information about the square you have: its perimeter, area, length of diagonal.