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the 9 x 12 patchwork quilt in the drawing was originally composed of 108 unit squares.Parts of the quilt's center became worn, making it necessary to remove eight squares as indicated. Cut the quilt along the lattice lines into just two parts that can be sewn together to make a 10 x 10 square quilt. The new quilt can nothave any holes. Either part can be rotated,but neither one can be turned over because the quilt's underside does not match its upper side."

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