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Homework Help: MATH Middle School

Posted by PLEASE HELP on Monday, October 17, 2011 at 6:45pm.

The area of two rectangles is 360 square centimeters. The length of the second rectangle is 12 cm greater than the first while its width is 5 cm less than the first. Find the difference of the perimeters of the two rectangles if the lengths and widths are positive integers.

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