Find the Side of the Square Whose Diagonal is 16sqrt(2) Cm. - Geometry Mathematics 2

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Sum

Find the side of the square whose diagonal is `16sqrt(2)` cm.

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Solution

Let the side of square be a

Diagonal of a square is given by `"a"sqrt(2)`

`"a"sqrt(2)` = `16sqrt(2)` cm

 a = 16 cm

Therefore the side of the square whose diagonal is `16sqrt(2)` cm is 16 cm

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