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Q: What is the side length of a square whose area is 36cm?

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[Area of a square] = [length of one side] ^2 Therefore, [length of one side] = SQR RT [area of square] length = sqr rt (190) = 13.784 (approximate)

The area of square is : 81.0

There are two possible answers to the question which stem from ambiguity in the way the language is used. A 36 cm square is usually a square measuring 36 cm along each side. Consequently, the answer is in the question: the length is 36 cm. However, it could also refer to a square whose area is 36 square cm. This would legitimately be written as 36 cm2 and so read as 36 cm square! The length of the sides of such a square would be sqrt(36) cm = 6 cm.

Area = 2*0.9 = 1.8 square m

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well, area is length times width. If all the side lengths are 36cm and formula is length times width. Then its 36 times 36 which equals 1296

Largest area = pi*182 = 1017.876 square cm to 3 dp

36cm

area - width = length

Multiply the width by the length. e.g. you have a square that is 6 by 6 cm. 6x6 is 36, so the answer is 36cm squared.

Rectangles and squares.

A square with a side length of 9 units has an area of 81 square units.

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[Area of a square] = [length of one side] ^2 Therefore, [length of one side] = SQR RT [area of square] length = sqr rt (190) = 13.784 (approximate)

The area of square is : 81.0

ok if the perimeter is 36cm and it is a square then you know all four sides are equal 36cm / 4sides = 9cm for each side A = L * W ( both the length and width are 9cm because each side is equal ) A = 9cm * 9cm A = 81cm2

Area = 9*6 = 54 square meters

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