# Area of Squares

## Side length squared.

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## Area and Perimeter of Square - Overview

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## Area of Composite Figures with Rectangles and Squares - Overview

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## Area and Perimeter of Square - Example 1

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Given the perimeter, find the side length and area
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## Area and Perimeter of Square - Example 2

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Given the area, find the side length and perimeter
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## Area of Composite Figures with Rectangles and Squares - Example 1

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## Area of Composite Figures with Rectangles and Squares - Example 2

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Rectangular - Overlap 1
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## Area of Composite Figures with Rectangles and Squares - Example 3

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Rectangular - Overlap 2
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## Area of Composite Figures with Rectangles and Squares - Example 4

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