Wednesday

October 1, 2014

October 1, 2014

Posted by **Jeff** on Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at 6:24pm.

- Algebra -
**jim**, Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at 8:31pmThe perimeter is two lengths + two widths, and that has to be more than 70.

2L + 2W > 70

We know that the length is 19, so 2L = 38.

2W + 38 > 70

2W > 70 - 38

Now pick a width that makes that true. There are lots of them to choose from: a million will do. :-)

**Answer this Question**

**Related Questions**

Mathematics-please help quick!! - The lenght of a rectangle is 10cm greater than...

Mathematics-please help quick!! - The lenght of a rectangle is 10cm greater than...

algebra - Need to solve. The length of a rectangle is fixed at 30cm. What width ...

algebra - The length of a rectangle is fixed at 24 cm. What widths will make the...

Algebra - The width of a rectangle is fixed at 19 cm. What lengths will make the...

algebra - The width of a rectangle is fixed at 13cm. What lengths will make the ...

algebra - the width of a rectangle is fixed at 12 cm. What lengths will make the...

algebra - the width of a rectangle is fixed at 19cm. What lengths will make the...

Algebra 1A - The width of a rectangle is fixed at 10cm. What lengths will make ...

algebra - The width of a rectangle is fixed at 27 cm. What lengths will make the...