Q: What is the area of a 50cm square?

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i need the answer asap plz

200cm as the perimeter is all the sides added up together so in your case 50cm+50cm+50cm+50cm= 200cm Hope that has helped you.

4 tiles.4 tiles.4 tiles.4 tiles.

100000cm = 1km 50cm = 1km/1000000cm/1km 0.00005km = 50cm 50cm < 1km

The area is 256 square feet.

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a circle with an area of 50cm has an area of 50cm... why did you even ask this question

Area of each tile = 50cm*50cm = 2500 cm2. Area to be covered = 2 m * 2 m = 200 cm * 200 cm = 40000 cm2 So, number of tiles required = 40000/2500 = 16

16.8m x 50cm = 16.8m x 0.5m = 16.8 x 0.5 square metres = 8.4 sq metres.

Using trigonometry and the sine rule the area of the regular 5 sided pentagon with a perimeter of 50cm works out as 172.048 square cm rounded to 3 decimal places.

250,000 square feet

200cm

"... if it is 50cm". The question does not say what "it" is. A side length, a diagonal, something else.

i need the answer asap plz

200cm as the perimeter is all the sides added up together so in your case 50cm+50cm+50cm+50cm= 200cm Hope that has helped you.

4000 square cm.

200 cm