Pre-Algebra

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Find the dimensions of the rectangle.The perimeter is given.

Rectangle: P= 210 ft.

w;side of rec.

2w=15;bottom of rectangle
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  • Pre-Algebra -

    From your data:

    2W + 2L = P

    15 + 2L = 210

    Subtract 15 from both sides, then divide both sides by 2.

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