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What is a Square? / video tutorials What is a square? Geometric Shapes    Square
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How to calculate the perimeter of a square

How to find the perimeter given the diagonal of a square

Equation for finding the perimeter of a square

Perimeter of Square Practice Problems
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How to calculate the area of a square

The formula for area of a square

How to calculate the area given the diagonal of a square

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​ A square has all the properties of a parallelogram.
• Opposite sides congruent
• Opposite angles congruent
• Two pairs of parallel sides

A square has all the properties of rectangle.
• Four right angles at the vertices
• Diagonals are congruent
• Diagonals bisect each other
• Diagonals form two pairs of congruent, isosceles triangles
All of the sides of a square are congruent length therefore,
• The angle measure of all of the sides are right angles.
• The opposite angles of a square are congruent
• The opposite sides of a square are congruent
• The opposite sides of a square are parallel

Tip: Congruent means the same shape or size. In other words " equal"

A square has all the properties of rhombus.
• Four congruent sides
• Diagonals cross at right angles in the center
• Diagonals form 4 congruent right triangles
• Diagonals bisect each other
• Diagonals bisect the angles at the vertices

Properties and Attributes of a Square s
s       Formulas for diagonal length, area, and perimeter of a square
• The Area of a square is equal to side * side or S^2
• The perimeter of a square equals s+s+s+s or 4(s)
• The formula for the length of the diagonal of a square equals: s√2

Formulas of a Square = Right Angle
= Congruent

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Diagonal Formulas of a Square

-Diagonal Formula of a square using a side = d = x·√2

-Diagonal of a Square using area - d = √2A
where A = area of the square

-Diagonal length using perimeter - d =P2√2
where P = perimeter of the square

Area formulas of a Square

-Area of a square using sides - A = x^2

-Area of a square using perimeter-A = P^2/16
where P = perimeter

-Area of a square using the diagonal- A = d^2/2
where d = diagonal length Perimeter formulas of a Square

Perimeter of a square using the sides- 4x

Perimeter using diagonal length-  2d√2

Perimeter using area of a square- 4√A
where A = Area of the Square • Is a square a rhombus? yes
• Is a square a parallelogram? yes
• Is a square a rectangle? yes

Many people in Geometry will call the square the perfect quadrilateral. Why?
Because all the characteristics of a paralleogram, rectangle, and rhombus.

Let's explore the properties of a square.