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if a square had an area of 400m squared then what would its perimeter be

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    area will be equal to side^2 implies s^2=400 "s=20" now perimeter is given as 4*s=(s+s+s+s) implies perimeter=80

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    @hamishawesome What do you think? Do you understand how to do a problem like this now?

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