How do you figure area?

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To find the area of a square you would multiply one side by another. For example, a square that is 4 inches long on each side would have an area of 16 square inches. You can find more information here: http://www.kidsnewsroom.org/elmer/infocentral/geometry/Area.html
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Area is the total amount of space within a two-dimensional surface or shape.
There are different formulas to find the area of a polygon depending on what shape it is. If its a square or rectangle, simply multiply the length by the width. If its a circle, then its pi times radius squared.
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