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The formula for finding the area of a square that has a side length, s, is A = s ^2. If a square has an area of 40 square units, what is the length of a side?
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Updated 4/1/2013 8:11:50 AM
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area is equal to area (squared) means the area x area, therefore"

if side is equal to 40 square meter means:

area = 40 square x 40 square meters
area = 1600 square meter

thus the answer should be:

area is 1600 square meter.
Added 4/1/2013 7:30:42 AM
If a square has an area of 40 square units, the length of the side is 10 square units .

A= s^2
A= 40 square units

40 sq. units / 4 sides

Area = 10 square units
Added 4/1/2013 8:11:53 AM
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Choose the equation that models the following problem. When the side of a square is doubled, its area is increased to 28 cm2. 2x= 28 2x2= 28 (2x)2= 28 2x=x2+ 28
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