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Olivia's chessboard is 11 sq centimeters. A chessboard. Has 8 sq on each side. To the nearest tenth what is the width of the chessboard

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  1. Doesn't matter how many squares there are. The board is square, so each side is

    √11 = 3.3 cm

    must be a travel set.
    I suspect a typo.

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