# What is the side length of a square with a perimeter of 60 meters.?

• What is the side length of a square with a perimeter of 60 meters.?

Answer #1 | 27/01 2016 00:35
wouldn't it have to be 60 / 4 ???????????????????
Positive: 55.882352941176 %
Answer #2 | 26/01 2016 16:39
You add up the side lengths to get the total perimeter. A square is made up of four equal sides: 4s = 60 s = 60/4 s = 15 Answer: Each side of the square is 15 meters long. Extra credit: Can you figure out what the area of the square would be?
Positive: 52.941176470588 %
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Positive: 54.838709677419 %
Answer #4 | 27/01 2016 00:39
You add up the side lengths to get the total perimeter. A square is made up of four equal sides: 4s = 60 s = 60/4 s = 15 Answer: Each side of the square is 15 meters long. Extra credit: Can you figure out what the area of the square would be?
Positive: 53.125 %
Answer #5 | 26/01 2016 16:35
wouldn't it have to be 60 / 4 ???????????????????
Positive: 50 %
Answer #6 | 27/01 2016 00:27
A square has 4 equal sides. And the perimeter tells us the total sum of the sides So we would find the length of one side by 60/4=15 meters
Positive: 53.571428571429 %
Answer #7 | 26/01 2016 16:27
A square has 4 equal sides. And the perimeter tells us the total sum of the sides So we would find the length of one side by 60/4=15 meters
Positive: 43.333333333333 %