Algebra II

A rectangle’s length is one greater than its width and its area is 30 in2. What are the dimensions of the rectangle?

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  1. w(w+1) = 30
    w^2 + w - 30 = 0
    (w-5)(w+6) = 0
    w = 5
    w+1 = 6

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