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The area, a, of a square whose side length is n

The area, a, of a square whose side length is n

True

Step-by-step explanation:

Because a square inch side measures an inch each! 😀

A = s²

⇒ s = √A

Area = 32m²

Side, s = √A = √32 = √2×2×2×2×2 = 4√2 m

Area of the square = [tex]x^2+2x+1[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:

We need to find the area of the square

The side length of the square is (x+1)

Area of the square formula is (side)^2

Replace side with x+1

So the area of the square = [tex](x+1)^2[/tex]

[tex](x+1)^2= (x+1)(x+1)= x^2+x+x+1= x^2+2x+1[/tex]

Area of the square = [tex]x^2+2x+1[/tex]

Area of the square = [tex]x^2+2x+1[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:

We need to find the area of the square

The side length of the square is (x+1)

Area of the square formula is (side)^2

Replace side with x+1

So the area of the square = [tex](x+1)^2[/tex]

[tex](x+1)^2= (x+1)(x+1)= x^2+x+x+1= x^2+2x+1[/tex]

Area of the square = [tex]x^2+2x+1[/tex]

True

Step-by-step explanation:

[tex]A=n^{2}[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:

Find area of a square

Area of square = length x width

Since a square's has the same length on all sides, we can square both sides.

Area of square = [tex]length^{2}[/tex]

If length = n

Then,

[tex]A=n^{2}[/tex]

Given that the area of this square is 361 ft^2, the side length is √(361 ft^2), or 19 ft.

Area of Square = Base*Height

Base=(x+1) Height=(x+1)

Therefore Area=(x+1)(x+1) or (x+1)^2

By expanding the brackets e.g. x*x is x^2 then x*1 is x and so on you get:

x^2+x+x+1 this simplfies to x^2+2x+1

Area = x^2=2x+1

Unless they have given you a value for x, this is the equation for the area of said square.

Step-by-step explanation:

the area of a square is the length multiplied the breadth

in a square, all sides are equal so:

A=n×n

A=n²

area of square = l² = n²

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