• anonymous
a rectangular area measuring 16cm long "x cm wide."divides the ground into two rectangles, one bigger and another smaller, the less has a "wide x cm long
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  • anonymous
how much is the area of the part of the ground that is bigger 12cm 16x-ax 16-ax 16x-a
  • radar
From what you have provided, I think the 16x-ax is the answer. 12cm is not, as it does not have a"square" it is one dimensional 16-ax is not as the 16 is one dimensional 16x-a is a might be but I believe the a is supposed to represent thewidth of the smaller rectangle.

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