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the area of a square is 64 square inches.what s the length of each side.

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    area= s^2
    64=s^2
    take the square root of EACH side.

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    A = s^2
    64 = s^2
    64 = 8 * 8

    Note: I took the square root of 64 to get the answer. Each side is 8 inches long.

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    Take the square root of both sides

    A=s^2

    remember that a square all sides are the same therefore it is s*s or s^2
    64=s^2
    square root of 64=8
    A=8*8
    A=64

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