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Daniel’s room measures 4 m by 4 m. His brother Jali’s room is 5 m by 3 m. Whose room is bigger in area? How much bigger?
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Daniel's room= 4 x 4

                   = 16 square metres

Jali's room= 5 x 3

                = 15 square metres

= 16-15

= 1 square metre

Therefore Daniel's room is bigger than Jali's by 1 square metre
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