# Rectangle

The rectangle area is 182 dm2, its base is 14 dm. How long is the other side? Calculate its perimeter.

Correct result:

b =  13 dm
o =  54 dm

#### Solution:

$b = 182/14 = 13 \ \text{dm}$
$o = 2(a+b) = 2(14 + 13) = 54 \ \text{dm}$

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