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Which shape has the largest area?


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Area of $$1\square =3$$sq. units
$$\therefore$$ Area of square P$$=10$$ sq, units
Area of shape Q$$=11$$ sq. units
Area of shape R$$=10$$ sq. units
Area of shape S$$=10$$ sq. units
So, shape Q has largest area.
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