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Area of square= side*side

If you mean by "length of the square" one side of the square, then the area is 16 cm^2

(If you mean by "length of the square" it's perimeter, then you have to get it'a side from that data:

Perimeter of squre=4*side -> side = (Perimeter of square)/4 then you get one side and you can calculate the area from that...)

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Q: If the length of a square is 4 centimeters what is the area of the square?

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length = area Ã· width = 132 cm2 Ã· 4 cm = 33 cm

A square with side length 4 centimetres has an area of 4 x 4 = 16 cm2 (16 square centimetres).

For a square, the area is the length of a side squared and the perimeter is 4 times the length. If the area is 49, then the length of a side is 7. The perimeter is then 4 times 7, or 28.

(4 times the square root of 'A') centimeters.

Area = 9 cm * 4 cm = 36 square cm

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A square with a side length of 2 cm has an area of 4 square cm

length = area Ã· width = 132 cm2 Ã· 4 cm = 33 cm

A square with side length 4 centimetres has an area of 4 x 4 = 16 cm2 (16 square centimetres).

For a square, the area is the length of a side squared and the perimeter is 4 times the length. If the area is 49, then the length of a side is 7. The perimeter is then 4 times 7, or 28.

Length of one side=2 cm24/6 = 4 . If a face (square) has an area of 4 then the length of each edge is 2.

72 cm square.

Area = (length of a side)2 = 81 square centimeters Perimeter = 4 x (length of a side) = 36 cm.

4 inches each side becuz 4x4=16 (:

2 centimeters

(4 times the square root of 'A') centimeters.

Answer not possible to get area from one length measurement unless given the shape of this length. For example if the shape is a square of perimeter 27 cm. then the side length is 27/4 and the area is (27/4) x (27/4) square cm.

4 cm * 9 cm = 36 square cm.