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  1. anonymous
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    |dw:1441115387117:dw|

  2. anonymous
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    If square ABCD has area 25, and the shape of the longer shaded square is 9 times the area of the smaller shaded square, what is the length of one side of the smaller shaded square?

  3. anonymous
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    Well first, what do the lengths of the sides of square ABCD have to be if the area is 25?

  4. anonymous
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    5

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    awesome now lets make an equation for the size of the smaller square: area of smaller square = x area of bigger square is = y x = y/9 So first we need to think of values that, when squared to = the area, can be dividd by nine and = other possible areas. Can you thinkk of possible ones? remember they have to be less than 5

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    hey it says the area of the larger shaded is 9 times the are of the smaller shaded so is it |dw:1441120945403:dw|

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    @Hero i got confused lol, can you help here?

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    =(

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