Posted by **Chrysanne** on Saturday, January 16, 2010 at 2:15pm.

the perimeter of a rectangle is 78m the length is 6m more than twice the width

I have the width at 18m and the length at 42m because 18*2=36+6=42 42+36=78 Am I correct? Thanks for any help

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