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A square, X, has sides of length n. Another square, Y, has sides of length 1.5n. How many X can fit into a single Y?
A square, X, has sides of length n. Another square, Y, has sides of length 1.5n. How many X can fit into a single Y?
The number of X's that fit into Y is equal to the ratio of area of Y to that of X.
  • 2
  • 1.5
  • 4
  • 2.25
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