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Let the side of red equilateral triangles be 1m.

In such rectangles, breadth = 1m

And length = (√3/2) + (√3/2) = √3 m (Sum of height of red triangle)

Side of outer square = (√3 + 1) m

Side of inner square = (√3 – 1) m

Ratio of side of outer to inner squares =

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