Posted by **Bob** on Monday, April 29, 2013 at 11:28am.

Square ABCD has M as the midpoint of AB, N as the midpoint of BC, P as the midpoint of CD and Q as the midpoint of MP. If [AMNPDQ]=20, what is the value of [ABCD]?

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[PQRS] refers to the area of figure PQRS.

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