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There must be some distances given between the outer square and the inner square... We'll then decrease the differences from the side of the outer square in order to get the side of the inner square. Thus, we can find the perimeter of the inner square as well.

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Q: How do you finde a perimeter of a square inside a square knowing the perimeter of the outer square?
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