If three quarters of the area of a square is , calculate its side length.
Step 1: Find the area of the whole square.
Write an equation with representing the square's area, and solve
Step 2: Find the side length of the square.
Since the area of a square is equal to the side length multiplied
by itself, the side length of a square is equal to the square root
of the area.
Remember that when we find the square root of a fraction, we can
find the square root of the numerator and the square root of the