Scaling

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Scaling [Test 1]
 1) The sides of a square is 10 inches. The side length is increased by 4 inches. What is the increase in area in inch²?
 2) The sides of a square is 5 feet. The side length is increased by 3 feet. What is the increase in area in inch²?
 3) The sides of a square is 4 feet. The side length is increased by 3 feet. What is the increase in area in inch²?
 4) The sides of a cube is 2 inches. The side length is increased by 4 inches. What is the increase in volume in inch³?
 5) A square is streched into a larger square by extendeding each side by 5 feet. This caused an increase in area of 115 feet². What is the length of the original square in inches?
 6) A square is streched into a larger square by extendeding each side by 4 feet. This caused an increase in area of 80 feet². What is the length of the original square in inches?
 7) The sides of a cube is 3 feet. The side length is increased by 2 feet. What is the increase in volume in inch³?
 8) The sides of a cube is 7 inches. The side length is increased by 4 inches. What is the increase in volume in inch³?
 9) The sides of a square is 10 feet. The side length is increased by 2 feet. What is the increase in area in inch²?
 10) A square with sides 6 feet is streched into a larger square. This caused an increase in area of 6480 inch². What is the stretched length of the square in inches?