Posted by **Brandon** on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 at 10:36pm.

The dimensions of a rectangle are such that its length is 3 in. more than its width. If the length were doubled and if the width were decreased by 1in., the area would be increased by 150 in.^2. What are the length and width of the rectangle?

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