Posted by **TRISHIA** on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 9:43am.

THE LENGTH OF THE RECTANGLE EXCEEDS ITS WIDTH BY 3 CM. IF THE LENGTH AND WIDTH OF EACH INCREASED BY 2 CM, THEN THE AREA OF NEW RECTANGLE WILL BE 70 SQ. CM MORE THAN THAT OF THE GIVEN RECTANGLE. FIND THE LENGTH AND WIDTH OF THE GIVEN RECTANGLE.

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