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## anonymous one year ago The formula for finding the area of a square that has a side length, s, is A = s2. If a square has an area of 40 square units, what is the length of a side?

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1. mathstudent55

$$A = s^2$$ $$40 = s^2$$ $$s^2 = 40$$ Since you want s, take the square root of both sides: $$s = \sqrt {40}$$ Now simplify the root.

2. anonymous

4 * 10 or is it 2 * 20

3. anonymous

$10\sqrt{2}$

4. anonymous

is that right ya think? @pooja195

5. pooja195

You have it flipped

6. anonymous

$2\sqrt{10}$

7. pooja195

There you go :)

8. anonymous

thanks :)))

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