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# Quants question query

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In an examination, Mary was asked to calculate maximum area of square whose coordinates on xy-plane satisfied the equation x^2 * y^2=36. If she misread 36 as 26 and solved the question. What is the difference in square units between the actual area and Mary's answer?
1) 10
2) 40
3) 52
4) 92
5) 104
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02 Jul 2018, 02:38
hitz14 wrote:
In an examination, Mary was asked to calculate maximum area of square whose coordinates on xy-plane satisfied the equation x^2 * y^2=36. If she misread 36 as 26 and solved the question. What is the difference in square units between the actual area and Mary's answer?
1) 10
2) 40
3) 52
4) 92
5) 104

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