Prof. Giray Okten

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Week 1 - Problem 1

ABCD is a square. Its side is equal to 10cm. AMTD is a rectangle. Its shorter side is equal to 3 cm. How many centimetres is the perimeter of the square ABCD larger than that of the rectangle AMTD?

A.14 cm. B. 10 cm. C. 7 cm. D. 6 cm. E. 4 cm