Math

Please help me. I need to find the total perimeter of two rectangles
4x+5 and 2x+7
3x and 3x + 14
I’m so confused.
I don’t need the answer. Just tell me where to start
Thanks so much

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  1. 4x+5 and 2x+7

    I assume you mean the length is 4x+5 and the width is 2x+7
    if a rectangle then the perimeter is twice the length + twice the width
    = 8 x+10 + 4 x + 14
    = 12 x + 24

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  2. Thank you so much. This helped me so very much

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