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# The length of a rectangular garden is 4 meters more than 3 times its width the perimeter of the garden is 56m What are the dimensions of the garden?

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length = 22 meters and width = 6 meters

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If the perimeter is 84 feet and the length is twice the width, then the length will be 28 feet and the width will be 14 feet.

Only one way to find out: measure the width and the length of the garden, add them together and multiply by two which gives the perimeter of the rectangular garden.

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Let the length be 2x-3 and the width be x:- So: 2*(2x-3+x) = 82 feet =&gt; 6x-6 = 82 =&gt; x = 14 and 2/3 Therefore the dimensions are: length = 26 ft 4 ins and width = 14 ft 8 ins

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The area of a rectangular garden is length * width. You have 200 = Length * 20, and so Length = 10 metres. Conventionally, for a rectangle, the length is the longer of the two dimensions, though for a garden, it is often the distance from the back of the house to the end of the garden that is referred to as the length - even if it is the shorter dimension.

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