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Square A has a perimeter of $24$ cm. Square B has an area equal to one-fourth the area of square A. What is the perimeter of square B?

 Aug 11, 2022
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The side length of square A is \(24 \div 4 = 6\), meaning its area is \(6^2 = 36\)

 

Square B's area is \(36 \div 4 = 9\), meaning its side length is 3, so the perimeter is \(3 \times 4 = \color{brown}\boxed{12}\)

 Aug 11, 2022

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