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posted by Aaliyah .
a rectangle with measurements of length of 11, width of 4, diagonal of 11.7, area of 44 and perimeter of 30 needs to be increased by 20% and decreased by 20%. How do I get the new dimensions?

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Reiny
PLenty of redundant information, except the critical question is not clear.
Is the area to be increased by 20% or are the dimensions to be increased by 20%
Is the new rectangle similar to the old one? 
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Anonymous
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