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Can someone help me with this?
The area of a square varies directly with the square's side length. If the area of a square with side length of 6.4 in. is 40.96 in.2, what is the area of a square with a side length of 7.96 in.? A. Write a quadratic variation equation. B. Solve the equation. Make sure your final answer has a label.
Okay... I think this is what they want A) x^2=y B)7.96^2=63.3616 in^2
Weirdly worded question
Or I did it wrong. One or the other :)
Ohh, most likely it's the weirdly worded question :P I do'nt understand what she means in all of the history questions she posts O_o, thanks for your help :D