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The area of a square game board is 144 sq. in. What is the length of one of the sides of the board? A. 36 in. B. 8 in. C. 72 in. D. 12 in.
The area of a square game board is 144 sq. in. The length of the sides of the board is 12 inches. s^2 = 144 s s = square root of 144 s= 12
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The area of a square game board is 144 sq. in. The length of the sides of the board is 12 inches.
s^2 = 144 s
s = square root of 144
s= 12
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