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Answered 2011-04-20 22:46:59
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Rectangle #1: 2-ft x 4-ft

Perimeter = 12-ft

Area = 8 square ft

Rectangle #2: 1-ft x 8-ft

Perimeter = 18-ft.

Area = 8 square ft

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