If the area of a square is 16200 sq.m, then what will be the length of its' diagonal? Share with your friends Share 17 Shravya Sudarshanam answered this oooooooooooooooooooooo 0 View Full Answer Abhinav Verma answered this Hi,Area of square = 16200 sq mdiagonal=?square root of 16200. So one side will be the square root of 16,200By using the pythagoras propertyD^2 = x^2 + y^2d^2 = 16200 + 16200d^2 = 32400d= square root of 32400d = 180Cheers! 3 Shravya Sudarshanam answered this thnx santosh. -2 Shravya Sudarshanam answered this but i didnt understand what is this^ symbol cn u pls explain me............ -1 Sejal answered this hihihi -3 Friendly🙂 Tripti answered this d = 180 0 Yash answered this fghfghgfggfg -3 Kiku The Great answered this n nb 0 Aditya answered this 180 -1 Deadpool answered this it over 9000 -2 Manas Kumar Singh answered this whatsup 0 Srishti Srivastava answered this SORRY I DID NOT STARTED THE CHAPTER TILL NOW 0 Manas Kumar Singh answered this dwknfjiwcknwsij -1 Abhinav Joseph answered this 180 -1 Arkaj Bhagawati answered this LOLYOU DONT KNOW THIS LOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!!! -2 Abu Backer Shaikh answered this same answer -1 Abu Backer Shaikh answered this 180 0 Aadit Kohli answered this don't know how to do... 1 Aadit Kohli answered this can anyone tell / explain how to do this queston??? 0 Arnav Aggarwal answered this 180 -3 Afiya Aftab answered this the answer would be 180 4 Ankush Maheshwari answered this 16200/4=450m.each side -3 Devansh answered this friend formula for diagonal= for rectangle=breadth's square+length's square and their under root for square=side*2's square and it's under root -1 Muzaffar answered this d = 180 1