A square has a side of s . Another square is formed that has sides one-third the length of the original square . What is the perimeter of the new square

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yassautumn

The length of the side of the second square is [latex]\frac{s}{3}[/latex] so its perimeter is [latex]4\cdot\frac{s}{3}=\frac{4s}{3}[/latex]