When in the numerical value of a square's area (in square units) equal to its perimeter (in units)? Why is this true?

Guest Apr 1, 2020

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Area = s x s = s^2

Perimeter = s+ s + s + s = 4s when are they equal????

s^{2} = 4s divide both sides by 's'

s = 4 When the side length is 4 units

the area and perimeter are the same numerical value (BUT one has ' units^{2 ' }and the other is just ' units ' )

ElectricPavlov Apr 1, 2020