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The circumscribing square has sides of length 155 cm.

The inscribed square has diagonals of 155 cm and so has sides of 155/sqrt(2) cm.

The sides of a circumscribing square is always larger than those of the inscribed square by sqrt(2) = 1.4142 (approx).

The area of a circumscribing square is always larger twice as large as that of the inscribed square.

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