math
posted by Blake on .
Sophina bought 3 yards of trim to put around a rectangular scarf. She does not want the scarf to be wider than 12 inches or narrower than 6 inches. Using whole numbers, if she uses all the trim, what are the possible dimensions of her scarf in inches?

9" by 9"
2W + 2L = 36 
3yd of trim = 3 x 36" = 108" of trim
if it goes around the rectangle, then 108" = the perimeter of the rectangle. So, P = 2L + 2W = 108
Possible sizes are 42" x 12" and 48" x 6" 
how am I supposed to know

srsly I NEED the answer

6x48,7x47,8x46,9x45,10x44,11x43,12x42

36 inches=3 yards
36=1,2,3,4,6,6,9,12,18,36
W<12 W>6 
oups sorry
36x3=3 yards 
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All of you guys are wrong....
36×3=3 yards........ 
Heyo so the primeter of the answer is goibg to be not the answer