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If the ratio of the area of rhombus CEGD to that of the

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If the ratio of the area of rhombus CEGD to that of the square ABCD is 3:5, then what is the ratio of the area of the shaded region to that of the square ABCD?
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i got area of rombus inside sq = 11.25
sq = 25

= 45:100

or 9:20

edit: oops :oops: shaded region to area would be 11:20

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