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In the figure above, PQRS is a square the base of which is situated

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In the figure above, PQRS is a square the base of which is situated on the x-axis. What is the perimeter of the square?

(1) The y-coordinate for point Q is 6.

(2) The x-coordinate for point P is 4.

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In the figure above, PQRS is a square the base of which is situated on the x-axis. What is the perimeter of the square?

(1) The y-coordinate for point Q is 6.

(2) The x-coordinate for point P is 4.

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(1) The y-coordinate for point Q is 6.
If the y-coordinate of point Q is 6.
Since, Point P is on the x-axis the y-coordinate is 0.
Therefore, the side of the square will be 6 and we can clearly
give a perimeter of the square, which is 24 (Sufficient)

(2) The x-coordinate for point P is 4.
Without the x-coordinate of point S or the y-coordinate
of the point Q, we cannot find the side of the square. (Insufficient)(Option A)
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