square units

Related to square units: cubic units

square units

(sq or 2) These signify that two quantities measured in the same units have been multiplied together. For example, to find the area of a square or rectangle, length and breadth are multiplied together to give the area, which is measured in square units.
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Finally, the square has an area of nine square units, compared to five square units for each of the other two shapes.
Those stark white square units may be modern and efficient but empty, whether shuttered or left open, they look forbidding.
According to Property Monitor's database of transactions in Dubai, there were a total of 1,361 off-plan Oqood registrations involving Town Square units since January.
We're now entering the final stages of developing the Times Square units and will soon see the investment pay off as the doors open to the public."
When performing the test under identical conditions, but with a properly optimized strainer plate area (2.6 square units), it was possible to significantly lower the pump outlet pressure.
The sleek lines of the square units complement any contemporary styled bathroom, while the 1200mm Barcelona Vanity Unit comes with a double basin which is ideal for creating an ultra chic 'his and hers' styled bathroom.
Using geometric methods, Kurschak proved that a regular dodecagon inscribed in a unit circle has an area of three square units. The geometric construction that he used in his proof is now referred to as Kurschak's tile.
Because the BLM-managed forests are intermingled with private lands in a checkerboard of one-mile square units that extend from Portland south to California, the proposal to increase logging has drawn the attention of many rural residents who worry about the loss of old growth forests.
For example, [5, 12, 13] and [12, 16, 20] can be additively combined with 12 as the altitude to produce the Heronian triangle {13, 20, 21} with area 126 square units or combined by using subtraction to produce {11, 13, 20} with area 66 square units (see Figure 1).
I have my doubts, especially if they have been brought up to believe that the area of a rectangle is actually "length times width." One cannot multiply a length by a length, even though the methods book I use tells me I can: "Now we are multiplying two lengths to get an area." (21) What we are really doing when we measure the area of a rectangle is finding out how many square units will "cover" it.
Providing accommodation for up to twenty mental health patients, the campus consists of a sinuous cluster of buildings: 11 square units linked by 10 Interstitial triangular spaces.