$2$-inch squares are cut from the corners of this $10$-inch square. What is the area in square inches of the largest square that can be fitted into the remaining black colored space?
I approached this problem in this way:
The biggest possible square we can get if the square is tilted. Now if i construct a square with the midpoints then the area of that inscribed square is 50 inches.
But if a tilted inscribed square goes through the vertices of the small squares then the square can have highest 60 inches of area (the area of the square LJSF in the below figure is 36 inches. With extra area of 4 triangles like $ \triangle ULJ $ which have base of 6 inches and height of 2 inches.) But i coudn't find a way to construct it
So my question is:
Is the square having area 60 is possible to construct inside the big square?
if not then What is the biggest possible square that can be inscribed in that black region