**What is a Square?**

Square is a regular quadrilateral where all the four sides and angles are equal. All the four angles are right angles. It can also be defined as a rectangle where two adjacent sides have equal length.

**Diagonal of square**

It is a segment that connects two opposite vertices of the square. As we have four vertices of a square, thus we can have two diagonals within a square. Diagonals of the square are always greater than its sides.

Below given are some important relation of diagonal of a square and other terms related to square.

**Relation between Diagonal ‘d’ and side ‘a’ of a square**–

\(d = a \sqrt{2}\)

**Relation between Diagonal ‘d’Â and Area ‘A’Â of a Square-**\(d = \sqrt{2A}\)

**Relation between Diagonal ‘d’ and Perimeter ‘P’ of a Square-**\(d = \frac{P}{2 \sqrt {2}}\)

**Relation between Diagonal ‘d’ and Circumradius ‘R’ of a square:**d = 2R

**Relation between Diagonal ‘d’ and diameter of the Circumcircle:**\(d = D_{c}\)**Relation between Diagonal ‘d’ and In-radius (r) of a circle-**\(d = 2\sqrt {2}r\)

**Relation between Diagonal ‘d’ and diameter of the In-circle-**\(d = \sqrt {2}D_{i}\)

**Relation between diagonal and length of the segment l-**\(d = l \frac{2\sqrt {10}}{5}\)

**Properties of a Square**

A square is a kind of rhombus which has equal sides and opposite equal angles. A parallelogram which has its opposite sides parallel, a quadrilateral which has its four-sided polygon, and a rectangle which has its opposite sides equal and has right-angles.

The diagonals of a square bisect each other at 90Â°

- The diagonals of a square bisect its angles.
- The opposite sides of a square are both parallel and equal in length.
- All the four angles of a square are equal.
- All the four sides of a square are equal.
- The diagonals of a square are equal.