# If the area of a square is 16200 sq.m, then what will be the length of its' diagonal?

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Hi,

Area of square = 16200 sq m

diagonal=?

square root of 16200. So one side will be the square root of 16,200

By using the pythagoras property

D^2 = x^2 + y^2

d^2 = 16200 + 16200

d^2 = 32400

d= square root of 32400

d = 180

Cheers!

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d = 180
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180

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the answer would be 180

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16200/4=450m.each side

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friend formula for diagonal=
for rectangle=breadth's square+length's square and their under root
for square=side*2's square and it's under root
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d = 180
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