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find the area of a square ABCD 16 square meter.find the area of the area joining mid points of the side

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1. If ABCD has an area of 16 m², then no calculations are required.

The quadrilateral joining the mid-points of a square, a rectangle, or a parallelogram has an area equal to half that of the original figure.

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