# Flowerbed

Family cultivated tulips on a square flower bed of 6 meters. Later they added the square terrace with a side of 7 meters to their house. One vertex of the terrace lay exactly in the middle of a tulip bed, and one side of the terrace divided the side of the tulip bed in a ratio of 1: 5.

In what proportion did the other side of the terrace split the other side of the flower bed? How many square meters of terraces have their tulips shrunk?

In what proportion did the other side of the terrace split the other side of the flower bed? How many square meters of terraces have their tulips shrunk?

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