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# A square ground has 2 metre wide path all around it. The total area of the ground and path is 1225 square metres. What is the area of the ground alone?

Given the square ground has 2 metre wide path.

We know that area of a square = a2, where a is the side of square.

Area of path = 22 = 4 square metres

Given the total area of the ground and path = 1225 square metres

So, the Area of the ground = Total area of ground and path – Area of path

Area of ground = 1225 – 4 = 1221 square metres

The area of the ground alone = 1221 square metres

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