Geometry

A rectangle has area and length. Find the width.
Area=27t^2-18t
Length= 9t
How do I find the width?

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asked by Court
  1. just divide the area by the length:

    (27t^2-18t)/(9t) = 3t-2

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    posted by Steve

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