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The length of a side of square S1 is x, and the length of a side of square S2 is five times larger then the area as square S1, what is y in terms of x ?

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asked by Thomas
  1. assuming y is the side of S2, then working with what you have written,

    S1 = x^2
    y = 5x^2

    However, assuming you meant the area of S2 is 5x the area of S1, then y=sqrt(5)*

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