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In the figure square ABCD is inscribed in a circle. EFGH is also a square with points E,F on circle and G,H on square...

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In the figure square ABCD is inscribed in a circle. EFGH is also a square with points E, F on circle and G, H on side of bigger square.
Find the ratio of the areas of the bigger square to the smaller square?

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posted Aug 6, 2017 by anonymous

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the ratio of the areas of the bigger square to the smaller square is 25

answer Apr 13 by anonymous



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