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23 Mar 2016, 10:40
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If the side length of Square B is twice that of Square A, the area of Square B is how many times the area of Square A? A. 1/2 B. 1 C. 2 D. 3 E. 4
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23 Mar 2016, 19:43
Let length of square A be 'l'. Then length of square B = '2l'
Area of square A = l^2 Area of square B = 4*l^2
Therefore square B is 4 times the area of square A
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04 Apr 2016, 14:13
Let square A has side => 10 => area => 100 units area of Square B = 400 hence 4 times area of A => E is correct..
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consider side length of square A as 10 units area of square A = 100 sq units as per condition given in problem side of square B is 20 units area of square B = 400 sq units therefore area of square B is 4 times area of square A correct answer  E




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