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if the peremiter of a square is 1meter what is the area of the sq. in sq. cm

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  1. dhatraditya Group Title
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    okay, what is the formula for the perimeter of a square?

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  2. a.king898 Group Title
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    u just add up all the sides

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  3. dhatraditya Group Title
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    yes, and how many sides are there?

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    4

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  5. dhatraditya Group Title
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    and are all the sides of equal length?

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  6. a.king898 Group Title
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    yess

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  7. dhatraditya Group Title
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    so if the side is of length A meters, what is the perimeter in terms of A?

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    c i idk

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  9. dhatraditya Group Title
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    oh come on! use some common sense. you just told me that you have to add all the sides to get the perimeter. you also told me there are four sides and they are of equal length. piece together all that information.

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    -------- | | | | |-------|

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  11. dhatraditya Group Title
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    each side is of length A. what do you get when you add all the four sides together?

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  12. a.king898 Group Title
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    the perimeter

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  13. dhatraditya Group Title
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    okay suppose each side is 1 meter long. what is the length when you add the four sides?

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  14. a.king898 Group Title
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    4meters

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  15. dhatraditya Group Title
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    finally! thank you! okay so if each side is A meters, what is the length when you add the four sides?

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    4meters????

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  17. dhatraditya Group Title
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    NO! http://www.k6-geometric-shapes.com/image-files/formula-perimeter-square.jpg

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