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In this mini- lesson,you'll learn the formula used for calculating area of a square. It will be shared with the with the help of some examples and practice questions with solution, using multimedia explanations by the instructor.

The area of a square can be obtained by multiplying the lengths of the two sides. Since the lengths of the sides are the same in a square, you square the length of the side to get the area. In other words the area of a square can be determined by multiplying the base times itself.

If the side of the square is ‘*s*’, then Area = *s* × *s* = *s*^{2}. For example, the area of a square field with side 50 m is 2500 m^{2}. If the area of a square is known, then its side can be calculated by: side of square = ?Area of square.

For example, if the area of a square field is 625 m^{2}, then its side is ?625 = 25 m.

In this mini- lesson,you'll learn the formula used for calculating area of a square. It will be shared with the with the help of some examples and practice questions with solution, using multimedia explanations by the instructor.

The area of a square can be obtained by multiplying the lengths of the two sides. Since the lengths of the sides are the same in a square, you square the length of the side to get the area. In other words the area of a square can be determined by multiplying the base times itself.

If the side of the square is ‘

For example, if the area of a square field is 625 m

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