# Как вычислить площадь квадрата: 3 способа — wikiHow

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Научитесь как посчитать площадь квадрата с помощью нашей статьи на wikiHow. Мы предлагаем три простых способа для вычисления площади, которые помогут вам быстро и точно определить, сколько площади занимает этот геометрический объект. Не бойтесь математики, у нас есть подробные инструкции!

1. Write it down. Let’s say you’re working with a square with a side length of 3 centimeter (1.2 in). Write it down.

2. Understand the formula for the area of a square(Area=side^2). To calculate the area of any rectangle, you need to multiply its length by width. But since all squares have equal length sides, you can just multiply the distance by itself. If the length of a side of a square is 3 centimeter (1.2 in), then you just have to square 3 centimeter (1.2 in) to find the area of a square. 3 centimeter (1.2 in) x 3 centimeter (1.2 in) = 9 cm2.[1]

3. Be sure to state your answer in square units. Then you’re done.[2]

• Squaring the side of a square is the same thing as multiplying the square’s height times its base.

1. Take the measurement of the length of the diagonal of the square.

2. Understand the formula for the area using a known diagonal. Area = (diagonal^2)/2.[3]

3. Multiply the length of this diagonal’s measurement by itself. Square the length of the diagonal. Let’s say you’re working with a square with a diagonal that is 5 centimeter (2.0 in) long. Now, square this number. 5 centimeter (2.0 in) x 5 centimeter (2.0 in) = 25 cm2.

4. Divide the current number by 2. Continuing the calculation, 25 cm2 is divided by 2. This gives 12.5 cm2. You’re done.

1. Multiply the perimeter by 1/4 to find the length of a side. This is the same as dividing the perimeter by 4. Since there are four sides to a square and each side is of equal length, you can find the length of a square just by dividing the perimeter by 4. Let’s say the perimeter of the square you’re working with is 20 centimeter (7.9 in). Just multiply 20 centimeter (7.9 in) by 1/4: 20 centimeter (7.9 in) x 1/4 = 5 centimeter (2.0 in). You know that the length of a side of the square is 5 centimeter (2.0 in).[4]

2. Multiply the length of the side by itself. Square the length of the side. Now that you know that the length of a side is 5 centimeter (2.0 in), you can square it to get the area of the square. Area = (5 cm)2 = 25 centimeter (9.8 in).2[5]

• Question

If the area of the square is 9 cm, what is the volume of the cube?

Take the square root of 9 and cube it. The answer will be expressed in cm³.

• Question

What is the formula to calculate the area of an isosceles triangle that has a base and equal sides?

Multiply the length of the base of the triangle by 0.5, and then multiply the length from the base to the highest point of the triangle. A = 0.5 x b x h.

• Question

A square is 1 cm by 1 cm; what is the area?

Multiply 1 cm by 1 cm: the area is 1 square cm.

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To find the area of a square, use the formula a = side^2, where side is the length of one of the sides of the square. If you only know the perimeter of the square, you can find the area by dividing the perimeter by 4, which will give you the length of each side, and then plugging the side into the formula a = side^2. If you want to learn how to find the area of a square if you only know the length of a diagonal, keep reading!

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