The ratio of the lengths of 3 squares of different sizes is 2:4:7. If the length of the biggest

square is 10 cm longer than the smallest square, find the perimeter of the smallest square.

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# The ratio of the lengths of 3 squares of different sizes is 2:4:7. If the length of the biggest
square is

The ratio of the lengths of 3 squares of different sizes is 2:4:7. If the length of the biggest

square is 10 cm longer than the smallest square, find the perimeter of the smallest square.