Perimeter of square=100 ft, side length=?
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100/4 =25 ft
answered Sep 1, 2011 by wbechem Level 5 User (12,920 points)
Since all 4 sides of a square are the same, the perimeter of a square=4 times the length of one side.

length of one side of the square we will call L.  Perimeter we can call P


We know the value of P so we can plug that in


Solve for L by dividing both sides by 4

L=25 ft
answered Sep 1, 2011 by mshelton Level 4 User (9,350 points)

180 square feet side length=


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