# At what rate is the area increasing when the side length is 6 cm?

## At what rate is the area increasing when the side length is 6 cm?

It turns out that 1,296 / 36 36. So, if you increase the length of a square’s sides by 6 times, the area increases by its square, or 36.

## What rate is the area of the square increasing?

At any given time, each side of the square is increasing at the rate of 4 cm / s ( dx / dt). I hope this helps you.

## How do you find the rate of change of the perimeter of a square?

To solve this problem you are dealing with perimeter (P) and area (A) and time (t) is implied. So the change in perimeter with respect to time is dP/dt and the change in area with respect to time is dA/dt.

## What is the area of square formula?

The area of a square is calculated with the help of the formula: Area s xd7 s, where, ‘s’ is one side of the square. Since the area of a square is a two-dimensional quantity, it is always expressed in square units.