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### HideShow timer Statistics The figure above is a square divided into four equal smaller squares. If the perimeter of the large square is 1, then the perimeter of a small square is

(A) 1/16
(B) 1/8
(C) 1/6
(D) 1/4
(E) 1/2

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The figure above is a square divided into four equal smaller squares. If the perimeter of the large square is 1.

Perimeter of large square = 1=> each side = 1/4

Side of each small square = 1/2 * side of bigger square = 1/8

Perimeter of smaller square = 1/8 * 4 = 1/2 Re: The figure above is a square divided into four equal smaller squares.   [#permalink] 20 Sep 2017, 22:16
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