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HideShow timer Statistics  In the figure above, A, B, and C are squares. If the area of A is 9 and the area of B is 16, what is the area of C?

A. 25
B. 32
C. 36
D. 49
E. 50

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IMO D

area is 49

AB = 4(obtained from area 16) + 3 (obtained from area 9)

AB=7

Area is 49
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