# Math

posted by Ann

Please help me to understand what it is that I need to do. A rectangle whose length is 5.3 cm and whose width is 2.5 cm

1. Ms. Sue

So? What are you supposed to do with this rectangle? Find the perimeter? Find the area? Or??

2. Ann

Hello Ms. SUe I am new to Pre-Algebra. I am not sure this is why I am trying to understand the step so I can do my homework. Can you explain because that is all the instruction say so I am not sure what to do with the I suppose so. Not sure that why I am confused.

3. Ann

Yes find the perimeter , Sorry.

4. Ms. Sue

But I'll bet that you've overlooked part of the instructions. Please look again.

5. Ann

Yes, andThank you

6. Ms. Sue

You're welcome.

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