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Find the area of a rectangle that has one side measuring 10 cm. and a diagonal measuring 26 cm.

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    Area = Lw

    Diagonal d^2 = L^2 + w^2
    26^2 = L^2 + 10^2
    676 = 100 + L^2
    L^2 = 576
    L = 24

    L = 24, w = 10
    A = Lw
    A = 24(10)
    A = ?

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