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The above image shows a collection of squares. If each red squares has a side length of 1 unit, what is the area of the entire figure?

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In the figure above, a red cross is formed by placing two \( 7 \times 5 \) rectangles over each other. What is the perimeter of the figure?

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Within a large square, we inscribe a circle.

This circle circumscribes another square.

This circle circumscribes another square.

What is the ratio of the area of the smaller square to the larger square?

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If the perimeter of the square is 56, what is the area of the circle contained within?

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If each individual square has a side length of 3, what is the perimeter of the cross?

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