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If the perimeter is 48 If the length is twic the width what is the length of rectangle?

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2007-10-19 15:32:05
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perimeter = (2*length) + (2*width) length = 2*width so perimeter = (2*2*width) + 2*width = 6*width perimeter = 48 so you can figure out the width and length

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