# Rectangular flowerbed

Around the rectangular flowerbed with dimensions of 5.25 m and 3.50 m, roses should be planted at the same distance from each other so that the roses are located in each corner of the flower bed and are consumed as little as possible. How far do we plant them? How many roses will we need?

d =  175 cm
n =  10

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