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What is the area of a square window that has a perimeter of 20 feet?!!!!

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  1. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    the perimeter is 20, so what is the side length?

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  2. xoxox123 Group Title
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    5?

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  3. ranjeet619 Group Title
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    let x=side length per=4x 4x=20 x=5

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  4. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    good, 20/4 = 5

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    so you have a perimeter of 20, a flat unit so to make it square unit, borrow a few units from the 20, or split it in 2 use one unit for the length, another for the width and get the area by length x width

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  6. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    the area is then found by using this formula A = s^2 A = area s = side length

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  7. xoxox123 Group Title
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    5 isn't right @jim_thompson5910 @ranjeet619

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  8. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    5 is a step to get the answer, it's not the actual answer

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  9. xoxox123 Group Title
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    .... what do you do next then

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  10. warningiflirt Group Title
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    area is lengthxwidth, since its a square that has 4 equal sides do 20/4 to get 5. so each side is 5. lengthxwidth is 5x5 = 25

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    @xoxox123 , jim_thomspson5910 's response and warningiflirt 's response will help you see how to get the answer.

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  12. xoxox123 Group Title
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    I tried 25 already and it was wrongg

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  13. theEric Group Title
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    25 feet squared should be the right answer! Make sure the units are square feet.

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    Does it require the units?

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