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Simon and Jane have rectangular-shaped vegetable gardens. The width of Jane’s garden is double the width of Simon’s garden. The area of Jane’s garden is 4 times that of Simon’s garden. Which statement is true?

Answer

A. Jane’s garden has the same perimeter as Simon’s garden.

B. The length of Jane’s garden is double the length of Simon’s garden.

C. The perimeter of Jane’s garden is four times that of Simon’s garden.

D. The length of Jane’s garden is four times the length of Simon’s garden.

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