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15 cm

The perimeter is 7 cm

Area of square: 1/16 square cm

the perimeter of a square that has a side length of 7 cm is........28cm squared

Area = (length of a side)2 = 81 square centimeters Perimeter = 4 x (length of a side) = 36 cm.

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15 cm

60 x 4 or 240 cm

P = 60 cm

A square is four sides, and the perimeter is 60 cm so you divide 60 and 4 which is 15

It is: 4*60 = 240 cm

4*15 cm = 60 cm

Perimeter is the distance around. Therefore the distance around the square is 4*15 or 60 cm.

each side would be 15 cm long.

The perimeter of a square is any side times 4 since all 4 sides are equal. In this case it is 15 *4 cm or 60 cm.

1 Let each side be s 2 If: 0.5*s2*sin(60) = 692.820323 square cm 3 Then: s = square root of (692.820323*2)/sin(60) = 40 cm 4 Perimeter: 3*40 = 120 cm

Consider a square with sides of length x cm whose area is x2 cm and perimeter is 4x cm. Next consider a rectangle with sides of 2x cm and x/2 cm. It area is 2x*x/2 = x2, the same as for the square. But its perimeter is 2*(2x+x/2) = 5x > perimeter of the square. Perimeter of 3x * x/3 = 62/3x cm. Perimeter of 100x * x/100 = 200.02x cm Perimeter of 1000000x * x/1000000 = 2000000.000002x cm. As you can see, it is possible to increase the perimeter without limit.

If the perimeter of the square is 60 centimetres, each side is equal to 15 centimetres. Therefore, the area of the square would be 15 x 15 = 225 cm2.

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