# Ratio of sides 2

The ratio of the side lengths of one square to another is 1:2. Find the ratio of the area of the two squares.

## Correct answer:

Tips for related online calculators

Check out our ratio calculator.

### You need to know the following knowledge to solve this word math problem:

We encourage you to watch this tutorial video on this math problem: video1

## Related math problems and questions:

- Infinity

A square with a side 19 long is an inscribed circle, and the circle is inscribed next square, circle, and so on to infinity. Calculate the sum of the area of all these squares. - Proportion 32471

The lengths of the sides of the two squares are in the ratio of 5:7. In what proportion their area will be? - Similarity of squares

The ratio of the similarity of the squares ABCD and KLMN is 2.5. Square KLMN area is greater than an area of a square ABCD with side a: ... - Perimeters 81399

Two squares are given. The first has a side length of 5 cm, the second 10 cm. Write the ratio of: for a- of their sides for b- their perimeters for c- their areas

- Identical 6406

The area of 90000 m² is divided into 36 identical squares. Find the length of the side of one square (in meters). - Triangle

Determine whether we can make a triangle with the given side lengths. If so, use Heron's formula to find the area of the triangle. a = 158 b = 185 c = 201 - The diamond

The diamond has an area S = 120 cm^{2}, and the ratio of the length of its diagonals is e: f = 5:12. Find the lengths of the side and the height of this diamond.