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What is the largest area you can achieve in the given image? a) Less than 4 b) 4 c) Greater than 4

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You would like to maximize the area of an orange square that you fit between the four blue unit squares that lie on a regular grid as shown:

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What is the largest area you can achieve?
a) Less than 4
b) 4
c) Greater than 4

posted Mar 8, 2017 by anonymous

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largest square you can achieve is 2 sq=4 sq units

answer Mar 8, 2017 by Kewal Panesar



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