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Points A, B, C, and D are on the perimeter of a triangular garden. The length of AB is 3 feet, the length of BC is 5 feet, and the length of AD is 4 feet. How many square feet the area of triangle ACD is greater than the area of the triangle ABD?

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B. 10
C. 6
D. 4
E. 12
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