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Homework Help: Algebra/geometry

Posted by Bill on Sunday, March 6, 2011 at 11:34pm.

a rectangle has a width of 4 cm less than it's length. if a new rectangle is formed by increasing the width 5 cm and decreasing the length 3 cm, the area of this resulting rectangle is 177 cm squared. what are the dimensions of the original rectangle?

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