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what is the area of a square with sides of length 6?

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it's not 24?

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For a square, A = s^2, where A = area, and s = length of side
A = 6^2 = 6 * 6 = 36
no, it's not 24 :)
Oh but is an area of a square P=4s?
P = 4s is the perimeter, not the area, of a square
it's not area. it's perimeter :)
OHH that's right hahah
that you guys!!
Not funny.
but you're very funny @skullpatrol :)
who asked you @skullpatrol ?
i'm sure it's harmless skullpatrol, stop being a "square" lol
sry lame math/nerd humor...
@jim_thompson5910 @marsss lol xD it's all cool!
What about me :'(
@skullpatrol You're awesome too :)
he's just a fool :)
@marsss awh lol thank you guys for helping me out on this, really! Without ya'll, I don't know if I could do it!!
welcome, princess :)

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