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Two cubes are placed next to each other. The length of each of the edges of the larger cube is $4 \mathrm{~cm}$. If the ratio of their surface areas is $1: 4$, calculate:

a the surface area of the small cube,

b the length of an edge of the small cube.

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1 of 6Use the formula for the area of the cube to solve this task.

$\begin{equation} A=6a^2 \end{equation}$

Let $A_b$ - an area of a big cube $A_s$ - an area of a small cube

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