Kenneth S. answered • 10/02/17

Algebra II EXPERT will help you survive & prosper

Why don't you make a drawing of a rectangle and label its parts accordingly?

Then write an equation for area (length times width = 55).

Peg G.

asked • 10/02/17The length of a rectangle is

4 ft

less than three times the width, and the area of the rectangle is

55 ft^2

Find the dimensions of the rectangle.

4 ft

less than three times the width, and the area of the rectangle is

55 ft^2

Find the dimensions of the rectangle.

Answer=

Length: ___ ft

Width: ____ ft

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Kenneth S. answered • 10/02/17

Algebra II EXPERT will help you survive & prosper

Why don't you make a drawing of a rectangle and label its parts accordingly?

Then write an equation for area (length times width = 55).

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