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Find the length of the diagonal of a square whose area is 2500 m2

The answer is '50 and square root of 2'

I dont know how to solve it can someone send me how to solve it with steps. But the answer is ' 50 and square root of 2 '


Area =2500 m^2 Side = (square root) 2500m=50 m AB=50=BC, AC=? By Pythagoras Theorem AC=(square root)50^2+50^2=(square root)2*50^2=50(root)2 meter
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Given area is 2500m2
we know that area of square when diogonal is given is d^2/2
hence solved

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