Posted by **sharmila** on Sunday, May 6, 2012 at 12:05pm.

an architect wants to draw a rectangle with a diagonal of 13 inches.the length of the rectangle is to be 2 inches more thn twice the width.what dimensions should she make the triangle.

(a)set up an equation:

(b)solve the equation:

(c)write a sentence that answers the quation:

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