Jigsaw Squares

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Armed only with your creativity, find the mystery lengths of these squares.

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There are three squares. There is one square on the right that is bigger than the other two squares. The two squares on the left are stacked on top of one another; the square on the top is smaller than the square on the bottom. The two square on the left line up with the left side of the left square; the combined height of the two squares on the left is the same as the height of the square on the right. There is a green two in the smallest square. There is a green 6 in the next smallest square. There is a green 8 in the largest square. In the largest square, there is also the equation 6 plus 2 equals 8 in black symbols.