# Rectangular 81233

A rectangular strip of paper measuring 4 cm x 13 cm is folded as shown. The two resulting rectangles have areas P and Q, where P = 2Q. Calculate the value of x.

Note divide the side of 13 cm by x and 13-x.

Note divide the side of 13 cm by x and 13-x.

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