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Area of a Square

The calculation to find the area of a square involves multiplication of one side of the square times the other side of the square. A short hand method is to enter the length of one side of the square then press the squared key. The result will be the squared value of the side.

For this calculation to work properly, a side must be a linear measurement in decimal format. So if a side is 12 feet, then the square measurement of a square with each side at 12 feet would be 12 feet times 12 feet or 144 square feet.

If the length of a side would be 12 feet and six inches, this would need to be entered as a decimal number. 12.5 feet squared is 156.25 square feet.

 

 

 

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