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Q: What is the area of a square that has a side length of the square root of 44?

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The square root of what? If you take the square root of the area, the answer will be the length of the side. If the area is, for example, in square meters, the length of a side will be in meters.

the square root of its area

You multiply the length of a side by the square root of 2.If you only have the area, square root it to find the length of a side.

Side of a square= take out the square root Area=169cm ² Square root of 169= 13 Side= 13 cm²

The square root of 225 is 15. Since the side length of a square is just the square root of the area, the side length must be 15. As a side note, the perimeter is four times the square root of the area, or in this case, 60.

The area of square is : 1936.0

Length of side = square root of area

Square root of area,yes

The length of a side is the square root of the area.

The area of one side is square root (10).

the length of a side of a square is the square root of the area of the square.

The square root of 260 will give the length of a side of the square

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