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You only need to guarantee one of those numbers. Whichever one you choose,

the other one will also be true.

When we read that question, we worry. Anyone who needs the answer to that question

really ought to know how to answer it on his own.

Here are two facts about squares that will help you answer the question.

If you don't already know them, then you need to sit down with a teacher

or another adult who knows some math, and get a few things straight. The

longer you put it off, the tougher it will be when you do get around to it.

-- Area of a square = (length) times (width)

But the length and width of a square are the same, so Area = (side) times (side)

-- Perimeter of a square is (length) + (width) + (length) + (width)

But the length and width of a square are the same, so Perimeter = 4 times one side.

You can take it from there, Champ !

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