Q: What two consecutive does the side length of a square of an area of 90 square inches fall between?

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The length of a side is the square root of the area. √5.76 = 2.4 so the length of a side is 2.4 inches in this case.

A square has four sides of equal length so the length and width are really the same thing: 190 inches. The perimeter of the square would be 760 inches (63.3 feet).

The area of square is : 9216.0

two consecutive integers of the square root of 66 found between

There are no inches in an square inch. Square inches are units of area and inches are units of length, the two can not be equated.

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length x length = area length = square root of 441= 21 inches

if a rectangle is 450 square inches and the length is 24 inches what is the width?

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If it is a square then each side will have a length of 9 inches

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