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A rectangle is 16 inches wide and 20 inches long. If the length of this rectangle is changes, how many square inches of are are added for every inch in length that is added to this rectangle? Please show work.

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    you are adding rectangles each of which is one inch by 16 inches or 16 square inches per addition.

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