Posted by **Judy** on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 at 6:00pm.

How would you factor the problem:

7-23r+6r to the second power (only 6r is to the second power)

And if a length of a rectangle i 3 more than twice the width and the are is 90 cm squared than what are the dimensions of the rectangle?

Oh its not rectangle i its rectangle IS sorry for the error. PLEASE HELP!

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