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Ok i worked out the formula for any small square in any size square grid

I have also worked out the formula for any size small rectangle within a square grid

I have presented each of my formulas algebraically to and i was wondering if there is any additional things i could do to improve this. Thanks

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In my opposite corners coursework I talked about the mathematical structure of the grid.
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ok could you explain please and other people post any other additional things i can do
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(Original post by siliviax)
ok could you explain please and other people post any other additional things i can do
U could say that squares have 4 sides
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Go to BBC Bitesize and type in 'opposite corners'. Some of the questions and answers are really useful.
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