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# Fill in the blanks to make the statements true:The sum of areas of two squares with sides 4a and 4b is ………………. .

16(a2 + b2)

Given:- side of first square = 4a

Area of first square = (side)2

= (4a)2

= 16a2

side of second square = 4b

Area of second square = (side)2

= (4b)2

= 16b2

Sum of areas of the two squares = 16a2 + 16b2

= 16(a2 + b2)

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