How to figure square area?

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1. Break the area to the measured into recognizable shapes. Recognizable shapes are squares, rectangles, triangles and circles. For example, an L-shaped lot can be broken into two rectangles. 2. For squares, rectangles and triangles, measure the
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Area of a square: A=s*s A=s2
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Hello Samantha. First of all, when dealing with area the units are always square. Length is one dimensional, so the units have no exponent; area is two dimensional, since it relies
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The area of a square is the length of a side squared, or s^2. If
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