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Bunuel wrote:
$$(1 \frac{4}{5})^2 =$$

A. $$1\frac{8}{25}$$

B. $$1\frac{16}{25}$$

C. $$2\frac{3}{5}$$

D. $$2\frac{16}{25}$$

E. $$3\frac{6}{25}$$

Simplifying we have:

(9/5)^2 = 81/25 = 3 6/25