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If anyone could please just look these over:
The given measures are the perimeters of squares. Find (a) the length of a side and (b) the area of the square.

Perimeters:
1.) 20 cm
2.) 100mm
3.) 4ft
4.) 2in
5.) 2.8m

My answers:
1.) a- 5cm b- 25cm squared
2.) a- 25 mm b- 625mm squared
3.) a- 1ft b- 1ft squared
4.) a- 0.5in b- 0.25in squared
5.) a- 0.7m b- 0.49m squared

Please and thank you lots!

  • Algebra -

    Yes!! All of your answers are correct. :-)

  • Algebra -

    Oh, thank you so much!=)

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    You're very welcome.

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