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A museum exhibit, ABCD, has infrared beams around it for security, If the length of the beams is made three times the original length on each side, which statement is correct about the maximum area available for an exhibit to be displayed?
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It becomes nine times the original area.
It becomes three times the original area.
It becomes eightyone times the original area.
It becomes twentyseven times the original area.
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A museum exhibit, ABCD, has infrared beams around it for security, If the length of the beams is made three times the original length on each side, which statement is correct about the maximum area available for an exhibit to be displayed? Answer It becomes nine times the original area. It becomes three times the original area. It becomes eightyone times the original area. It becomes twentyseven times the original area.
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