Imari G.

asked • 03/22/19

please answer as soon as possible

Rectangle A has a length of 60 inches and a width of 50 inches. Rectangle A has the same area as rectangle B, but has different dimensions. The width of rectangle B is 20% shorter than the width of rectangle A as shown.


Which percent represents how much longer the length of Rectangle B must be to maintain the same area as Rectangle A?

Answer Choices

It must be 50% longer than rectangle A.

It must be 20% longer than rectangle A.

It must be 25% longer than rectangle A.

It must be 100% longer than rectangle A.


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