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the length of a square that has an area of 169 cm^2 is 13cm

you take the square root of 169

and you have your length

because finding the area of a square means multiplying one side by the other

therefore, you are squaring one side of the square because all the sides of a square are the same length

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132 = 169.

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A square has four equal sides. So the side length is 13 cm. The area, 13 cm x 13 cm, is 169 square centimetres.

13cm*13cm =169 square cm.

The square root of 169 = ± 13

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Side of a square= take out the square root Area=169cm ² Square root of 169= 13 Side= 13 cm²

132 = 169.

It is the square root of 169 which is 13 units of length

13 feet

The area of a square is the (perimeter/4)^2. The perimeter is 52, so 52/4=13. 13^2 is 169. The area of the square is 169 cm.^2.

It is 13 m

You find the square root 0f 169 which is 13.

butt face lonnie dorton

The length of each side is: 13 feet.

13 inches

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