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Undertaker:
Hi There. I can help with any math up into Algebra I, and I would try my best into Geometry, Algebra II, and Trig. I can also help with Science up into the 8th Grade, and what I know from Independent research, allows me to be able help in some higher science subjects. Any questions you need answered can be asked below, if you think I can help.

Sir Meta Knight:
HELP MEEEEEEEE ;-;


If a square is 4 centimeters long, what would its area be?
I know nothing about math, except fractions, addition and division. xD

Undertaker:

--- Quote from: Foxi Ravenheart on July 04, 2017, 06:31:14 pm ---HELP MEEEEEEEE ;-;


If a square is 4 centimeters long, what would its area be?
I know nothing about math, except fractions, addition and division. xD

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All squares sides are equal in length. If one is four centimeters long, all of them are four centimeters long. So using the area of a rectangle, because a square is a variety of rectangle, A=L*W or in this case A=4*4. 4*4=16. The answer is 16 centimeters square. Did you follow, to see how that was figured?

Sir Meta Knight:
Sooort of. xD

What about one that's 5 units long?

Undertaker:

--- Quote from: Foxi Ravenheart on July 04, 2017, 06:44:03 pm ---Sooort of. xD

What about one that's 5 units long?

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Using the same formula

Area=Length*Width

We can substitute 5 because of the same principle that a square is equal on all sides.

Area=5*5

5*5=25

25 units squared or, if you please, 25 square units. See?

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