140 square centimeters. To find area, you multiply length by width.
You don't. Centimeters are length. Square centimeters are area.
A square with a side length of 5 centimeters has an area of 25 square centimeters.
The side length in centimeters of a square that has an area of 9 square meters is: 300 cm.
If the area of a square is 49 square centimeters, the length of each of its sides are: 7 cm.
The measure of the side length of a square that has an area of 49 square centimeters is: 7 cm
Square centimeters is surface Area (length x width). Multiply length in centimeters by width in centimeters to find square centimeters.You need to know the shape and possibly another dimension before this can be answered
The unit for area is a unit of length squared. Assuming that the questioner meant 676 square centimeters, the side length is the sq rt of 676 square centimeters = 26 centimeters.
You cannot since 8cm is not a measure of area. It is a measure of length or distance.
The area of a square is 54 centimeters? That is impossible! The centimeter is a measurement of length. But a square containing 54 square centimeters would have sides of 7.348469 cm.
No, you can't do that. Centimeters are a length and square meters are a flat area.
96 square cm
If the area of a rectangle is found by measuring the length times the width, then if you know the area is 256 and the width is 8, you find the length by dividing 256 by 8 which would give you a length of 32 centimeters.
The side length in centimeters of a square that has an area of 9 square meters is: 300 cm
In a rectangle, the area is calculated by multiplying length x width. If (for example) both length and width are in centimeters, the area will be in square centimeters.
A square with are area of 64 square centimeters has a perimeter of 32 centimeters, since there are four sides, each 8 centimeters in length.
One side of the square is 12 cm in length
A centimetre is a unit of length. A square centimetre is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.
you cant change a measure of area into length
The area of a square is S2 where S is the length of one side. So the length of the side of the square is the SQROOT(AREA) or SQROOT(144cm2), which is 12 cm
A square with a side length of 2 cm has an area of 4 square cm
You don't. One is a unit of length and the other a unit of area.