## What is the perimeter of 36 square meters?

Correct answer: The area of a square is equal to the length of one side squared. Since the square root of 36 is 6, the length of 1 side is 6. The perimeter is the length of 1 side times 4 or 6 x 4.

## What is the perimeter of 25cm square?

Perimeter = Side * 4

Side | cm | in |
---|---|---|

25.0 cm | 100.0 | 39.37 |

25.1 cm | 100.4 | 39.53 |

25.2 cm | 100.8 | 39.69 |

25.3 cm | 101.2 | 39.84 |

## What is the missing side length?

The Pythagorean theorem states that a2 + b2 = c2 in a right triangle where c is the longest side. You can use this equation to figure out the length of one side if you have the lengths of the other two. In the left triangle, the measure of the hypotenuse is missing.

## How do you find the exact length of the third side?

The length of unknown third side of right triangle can be found by using Pythagoras theorem. a = √(c^2 – b^2) is the formula to find the length a:, b = √(c^2 – a^2) is the formula to find the length b: and c = √(a^2 + b^2) is the formula to find the length c:.

## How do you find an angle with two sides and one angle?

“SAS” is when we know two sides and the angle between them. use The Law of Cosines to calculate the unknown side, then use The Law of Sines to find the smaller of the other two angles, and then use the three angles add to 180° to find the last angle….In this triangle we know:

- angle A = 49°
- b = 5.
- and c = 7.

## What is the perimeter of the square in Figure 1?

The perimeter of a square is the total length of all the sides of the square. Hence we can find the perimeter of a square by adding all its four sides. The perimeter of the given square is a + a + a + a. Hence, the formula of the perimeter of a square = 4 × (length of any one side).