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Q: How many different squares are there in a 10 by 10 grid?

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10 / 25 = 4 *10 / 4 * 25 = 40 / 100 = 40%

there are 10 squares if you count 100

You could make 5 rectangles with 10 squares

90 squares.

A square has 4 angles, so ten squares have 10*4 = 40 angles.

There are 100 square units

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