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In the following figure, everything is square other then large rectangle. If the green square has side length 1 and the brown square has side length 2 then what is the area of the rectangle?
It should be red square instead of brown square
Then answer will be 63.
the two sides are 9 and 7. therefore area of the rectangle is 63
Area of rectangle = length * width
Length = 2+2+2+3= 9
Width = 3+4 =7
Area = 9*7 =63
Answer is 63
area of rectangle = 9 x 7 = 63
area of rectangle = 9×7
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