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A) 2 times |

B) 16 times |

C) 4 times |

D) 12 times |

Correct Answer:

C) 4 times |

Description for Correct answer:

Let 'a' be the side of the square.

area = \( \Large a^{2} \) sq. cm.

It is length is doubled, then the side = 2a

area = \( \Large \left(2a^{2}\right) = 4 a^{2} \)

The area becomes 4 times of that given square.

Let 'a' be the side of the square.

area = \( \Large a^{2} \) sq. cm.

It is length is doubled, then the side = 2a

area = \( \Large \left(2a^{2}\right) = 4 a^{2} \)

The area becomes 4 times of that given square.

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