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Homework Help: math

Posted by vincent on Saturday, July 27, 2013 at 11:37pm.

The length of a side of a square is fifteen less than four times the length of a side of a second square. The perimeter of the two squares differ by 24 inches. Find in inches, the length of a side of the smaller square. [ Only an algebraic solution will be accepted ]

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