Q: What is the perimeter of a square if it has an area of 25 centimetre squares?

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A square with a perimeter of 32 inches has an area of 64 square inches.

A centimetre is 10 millimetres, so 1 square centimetre contains 10 rows of 10 squares, each 1 square millimetre in area. This works out to a total of 100.

Squares have 4 equal sides. So lets set x equal to one of the sides of the square. x = one side of the square The perimeter of a square is the distance around the outside. This is equal to the sum of the lengths of the sides. Because a square has 4 sides the perimeter is as follows 4x = perimeter Solving for x in this case gives you 7. The area of any rectangle is equal to the base * height. In a square this means side * side or side2. area = x2 Solving for the area in the case given we find that the area of a square with a perimeter of 28 is equal to 49 units2

creat a flowchart that will compute for the area and perimeter of a square?

If the area of a square is 35 square units the perimeter is: 23.66 units.

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32 cm

Your square must have sides of 6cm so perimeter is 24cm.

Your square must have sides of 2cm so perimeter is 8cm.

P = 20 cm

It is: 4*7 = 28 cm

Area of square = 81 cm2 so side of square = 9 cm and then perimeter = 4*side = 36 cm.

24cm is the perimeter.

because it has 16 squares in it so it would have 4 cm for each length i think its 16 tho it is strange that the area and the perimiter are the same...

32

this is stupidinuss

Perimeter = 4+4+4+4 = 16 cm

A square with a perimeter of 32 inches has an area of 64 square inches.