The area of a square is greater than the area of the circle by 12 cm². find the length of the side of a square if the area of the circle is

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The area of a square is greater than the area of the circle by 12 cm². find the length of the side of a square if the area of the circle is 36 cm².

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    2021-09-10T20:30:53+00:00

    Area of the square: 36 cm^2 + 12cm^2
                         48cm^2

    area of a square: side x side
    48cm^2=side1^2 (sides of squares are all equal, so the same length is being multiplied by itself)

    √ 48 cm^2

    one side: 
    4√ 3 cm, or approximately 6.93cm

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