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To find the diagonal length of the frame you need to use Pythagoras theorem,

a^2 +b^2 =c^2

If we convert the lengths in to meters they are 1.95m and 0.95m

(1.95)^2+(0.95)^2=4.705

sqroot(4.705)=2.169

The answer is no because the diagonal gap is smaller than the piece of wood

2.169<2.2

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