Rectangle + system of equations - examples - page 2
The length of one side of the rectangle is three times the length of the second side. What are the dimensions of the rectangle if its circumference 96 cm?
- Rectangle - sides 4
Perimeter of the rectangle is 72 cm. Calculate the length of the sides that are in the ratio 3:5.
The rectangle has a perimeter 75 cm. Diagonal length is 32.5 cm. Determine the length of the sides.
Find the dimensions of the rectangle, whose perimeter is 108 cm and the length is 25% larger than the width.
The length of the rectangle is 12 cm greater than 3 times its width. What dimensions and area this rectangle has if ts circumference is 104 cm.
The circumference of the rectangle table is 420 cm. Length to width ratio is 5:2 . Calculate table dimensions and dimensions reduced in the ratio 3:5
- The rectangle
Determine the area of the rectangle where the length and width are in the ratio 5:2 and its length is 7.5 cm longer than its width. Determine also its length and its width.
- Two lands
The common area of the two neighboring lands is 964 m2. The second land is 77 m2 smaller than twice the size of the first land. Find the areas of each land.
The perimeter of a rectangle is 90 m. Divide it into three rectangles, the shorter side has all three rectangles the same, their longer sides are three consecutive natural numbers. What is the dimensions of each rectangle?
- Area of garden
If the width of the rectangular garden is decreased by 2 meters and its length is increased by 5 meters, the area of the rectangle will be 0.2 ares larger. If the width and the length of the garden will increase by 3 meters, its original size will increas
- The sides
The sides of a rectangle are in a ratio of 2:3, and its perimeter is 1 1/4 inches. What are the lengths of its side? Draw it.
- Perimeter of a rectangle
If the perimeter of a rectangle is 114 meters and the length is twice the width plus 6 meters, what are the length and width?
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