Math
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A small farm field is a square measuring 230 ft on a side. What is the perimeter of the field? If you double the length of each side of the field, what is the new perimeter?

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A small farm field is a square measuring 230 ft on a side. What is the perimeter of the field? If you
double the length of each side of the field, what is the new perimeter?
I came up with 920ft,840ft.