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AREA OF SQUARE

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**The area of a square is calculated by multiplying the length of one side (S) by itself. The formula for finding the area of a square is:**

**Area of a square = S × S or 2S² **

**Where:**

**S is the length of one side of the square.**

**For example, if you have a square with each side measuring 6 meters:**

**Area of the square = S × S or 2S²
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**Area of the square = 6 m × 6 m**

**Area of the square = 36 m² **

**So, the area of the square is 36 square meters (m²). This means that the total space enclosed by the square is 36 square meters.**

**The area of a square is the measure of the two-dimensional space enclosed by its four equal sides. To calculate the area (A) of a square, you can use the formula:**

**Area (A) of a square = Side × Side.**

**Alternatively, you can use the formula with the square's side length (S) squared:**

**Area (A) of a square = 2S²**