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The perimeter of a square is one hundred centimeters. What is the length of each side of the square? fifty centimeters twenty-five centimeters ten centimeters five centimeters

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OK this isn't too hard. Think of how many sides a square has and how you have to add them (or multiply one side by four since they are equal) to get the perimeter
you have to do the inverse operation are you getting this?
so divide 100cm by 4 to get the side length

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yesh :D see its not that hard!
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you are welcome :D
wow ... i had this good answer and i clicked post ... and it didnt post! :O :(
strange o_o

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