# algebra

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if the damage caused by forest fire A
is measured in shape of a squrare, what is the measure in miles of one sides of the damaged area? forest fire A is 121 square miles

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Ann, what is the formula for the area of a square?

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The square root of 121 will give you the length of each side.

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