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Homework Help: Math ( Algebra 1 )

Posted by Tia on Thursday, July 22, 2010 at 9:37am.

Two rectangles have the same width. The length of one is 2 feet longer than the width. The length of the other is 4 feet longer than the width. The larger rectangle has 8 more square feet than the smaller. What is the width of the rectangles?

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