Posted by **Jynessa ** on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at 9:39pm.

You are designing a wall mural that will be composed of squares of different sizes. One of the requirements of your design is that the side length of each square is itself a perfect square.

1. If you represent the side length of a square as x^2, write an expression for the area of a mural square.

2. Find the area of a mural square when x=5

3. Find the area of a mural square when x=10

Can you explain what 1 would be?

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