what happens to the area of a rectangle if you double the length of each of its four sides?

Explain how you would figure it out?????
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The area would be four times as much.

If the length and breadth were x and y its area would be xy.

Now double the side lengths to 2x and 2y. Area becomes 4xy and 4xy/xy=4.

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