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wHeN closed,an entertainment center is mAdE of four square panels.the TiRed smaller panels aRe Congruent squares.wHaT is the scale factor of the larger square to the smaller squares?

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    WhaT is tHe thIng wiTh RAnDom caPiTals?

    If the larger square has four smaller squares inside, the size scale is 4/1 (larger/smaller).

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