finding perimeters

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tell the dimensions and perimeters : 9 square inches

• finding perimeters -

If it's a square, it measures 3 inches on each side.

A = s^2

P = 2L + 2W

• finding perimeters -

s=3.5yd

• finding area -

Find the area of each square given s = 3.5yd

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