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A sheet of paper measures 50 CM by 30cm. A strip 6 CM wide is cut from all around. Find the area of the remaining sheet and also the area of the strip cut out.

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  1. area: (50-12)(30-12) = 684

    Now subtract that from the 50*30 original area to get the area of the strip.

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