Ten Times The Perimeter Of A Square Is 360 Yards. Can You Find The Length Of Each Side Of The Square?

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Saurav Mandal Profile
Saurav Mandal answered
Perimeter of a square= 4 x side
Now, 10 times the perimeter=360 yards
   or   10 x( 4 x side)=360 yard
   or   40 x side=360 yard
   or    side=360/40=9 yards
So, each side of the square=9yards
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Anonymous answered
Ten times the perimeter of a square is 360 yards.
i.e the perimeter of the square is 360/10=36 yards.
We know,
the perimeter of a square is given by 4l,l is the length of each side of the square.
So,4l=36
or,l=36/4
or,l=9 yards.
Hence,the length of each side of the square is 9 yards.ans

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