S The area of a square field is 4225 sq metres. If each of its sides is increased metres, what will be the increase in its area?

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The area of a square field is 4225 sq metres. If each of its sides is increased
metres, what will be the increase in its area?
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Melody 7 hours 2021-11-25T04:07:10+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-11-25T04:08:40+00:00

    Step-by-step explanation:

    sqrt{4225}

    if we take the root of 4225 the answer is 65

    and 65+2 =67 and square of 67 =4489

    then 4489 -4225=264

    therefore 264 sq.m . is the increase in its area

    2 . SORRYY I DON ‘ T KNOW THE SECOND

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    2021-11-25T04:08:53+00:00

    1.  \sqrt{4225}  

    if we take the root of 4225 the answer is 65

    and 65+2 =67 and square of 67 =4489

    then 4489 -4225=264

    therefore 264 sq.m . is the increase in its area

    2. incomplete

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