The formula to calculate the Area of a Square given its diameter of incircle is:

\[ \text{Area} = \text{Diameter}^2 \]

The Area of a Square is the total quantity of plane enclosed by the boundary lines of the square. The Diameter of the Incircle of a Square is the diameter of the incircle of the square, which is the circle contained by the square with all the edges of the square touching the circle.

Let's assume the following value:

- Diameter of Incircle of Square = 10 meters

Using the formula:

\[ \text{Area} = 10^2 \approx 100 \, \text{square meters} \]

The Area of the Square is approximately 100 square meters.

Diameter (meters) | Area (square meters) |
---|---|

8 | 64.000000000000000 |

9 | 81.000000000000000 |

10 | 100.000000000000000 |

11 | 121.000000000000000 |

12 | 144.000000000000000 |