Q: What is the area of the square if perimeter of a square is 36cm?

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Perimeter is 24cm

144.we should plus into 36+36+36+36=144.

The area of a rectangle is not enough information to determine its shape (thin and narrow or fat and short) and therefore its perimeter.

The first step to answering this question is convert from area to length. The area of a square is L2 where L is the length of one side. In this case, L2=81, so L=9 The perimeter of a square is calculated by the expression 4L So the perimeter of this square is 9x4=36cm

81 sq cm, for a 9 cm * 9 cm square

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Perimeter is 24cm

For a square Area = Side2 thus Side = √Area = √81 = 9cmFor a square, Perimeter = 4 x Side = 4 x 9 = 36cm

One side equal to 6cm perimetre is 6*4=24cm

144.we should plus into 36+36+36+36=144.

The area of a rectangle is not enough information to determine its shape (thin and narrow or fat and short) and therefore its perimeter.

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

The first step to answering this question is convert from area to length. The area of a square is L2 where L is the length of one side. In this case, L2=81, so L=9 The perimeter of a square is calculated by the expression 4L So the perimeter of this square is 9x4=36cm

9 x 9 = 81cm2Therefore, each of the 4 sides of the square measures 9cm.The perimeter is: 9 x 4 = 36cm

81 sq cm, for a 9 cm * 9 cm square

The rectangle has dimensions of [ 12 x 3 ].

Assuming that it is a square of 9 cm by 9 cm, the perimeter is 36 cm.