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The figure above is a square divided into four identical squares. If the perimeter of the larger square is 1, then what is the perimeter of one such smaller square?

A. 1/16
B. 1/6
C. 1/4
D. 1/2
E. 3/4

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The figure above is a square divided into four identical squares. If the perimeter of the larger square is 1, then what is the perimeter of one such smaller square?

A. 1/16
B. 1/6
C. 1/4
D. 1/2
E. 3/4

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Side of larger Square = 1/4.

Side of each smaller square 1/4*1/2 = 1/8

So, perimeter of each smaller = 4 *1/8 = 1/2

hence, D
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The figure above is a square divided into four identical squares. If the perimeter of the larger square is 1, then what is the perimeter of one such smaller square?

A. 1/16
B. 1/6
C. 1/4
D. 1/2
E. 3/4

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T10413.png


Since the perimeter of the larger square is 1, each side is 1/4. Thus, each side of each smaller square is (1/4)/2 = 1/8.

Finally the perimeter of one of the smaller squares is 4 x 1/8 = 1/2.

Answer: D
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