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# Find The Number Of Rectangles That You Can Find On A Chessboard.

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## Question

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Correct option is

1296

There are 9 horizontal and 9 vertical lines on a chessboard. To form a rectangle we require two horizontal and two vertical lines. Thus, the number of rectangles on the chessboard is (9C2) (9C2) = 1296.

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