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Consider a \( 2020 \times 2020 \) grid of unit squares. Several squares are colored, such that each square has exactly one adjacent square (sharing a common side) that is colored.

What is he maximum number of squares that could be colored?

As an explicit example, if the length of the square's side is 4, we can color 6 squares:

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