Table of Contents

- 1 How many times does the area increase if the side of the square is doubled?
- 2 What happen to area of square if its side is tripled?
- 3 When the side of a square is doubled the perimeter increases Times?
- 4 What happens to the area of a square when its sides are halved its area will?
- 5 How many times larger is the area of a figure if the sides are tripled?
- 6 What is a double square in math?

## How many times does the area increase if the side of the square is doubled?

Therefore, the area increases 4 times if you double both sides.

**What happens to the area of a square?**

It is given that the side of the square is halved . Now we can see that when the side of the square is halved then the area of the square becomes one fourth of the area obtained with the original side.

### What happen to area of square if its side is tripled?

If we triple the side, the side of the square each becomes 3x. Therefore, on tripling the side, the area of the square becomes 9 times the original.

**How do you double the area of a square?**

Doubling the Area of a Given Square. Why it works: The area of the original square is AB^2, so we want a square of area 2AB^2. If the side of the new square is s, then we want s^2 = 2AB^2, or s = AB*sqrt(2), which is the length of the diagonal of the square.

#### When the side of a square is doubled the perimeter increases Times?

now change in Perimeter:(new perimeter )/(original perimeter)=(8*a)/(4*a)=2. Hence we can conclude that If the side of square is doubled ,its perimeter would also be doubled.

**What is the area of 5cm?**

78.55cm

R2 (radius squared) means radius × radius. Therefore a circle with a radius of 5cm has an area of: 3.142 × 5 × 5 = 78.55cm2.

## What happens to the area of a square when its sides are halved its area will?

If the side is halved the area of the square will be one fourth.

**What happens to the perimeter of a square if the sides are halved?**

What happens to the perimeter of a square if the sides are halved? The perimeter of the new rectangle will be 2.5 times as large as the perimeter of the original rectangle. The perimeter of the new rectangle will be 5 times as large as the perimeter of the original rectangle.

### How many times larger is the area of a figure if the sides are tripled?

Tripling the dimensions makes the surface area 9 times the original surface area.

**What happens to the perimeter when the scale factor is tripled?**

If the scale factor is three, then the perimeter of the new object will be three times the original perimeter.

#### What is a double square in math?

A double-square number is an integer X which can be expressed as the sum of two perfect squares. For example, 10 is a double-square because 10 = 32 + 12.

**What is the perimeter of a square whose area is 64 square kilometers?**

The perimeter of the square in the problem is 32 units.