If the perimeter is 84 feet and the length is twice the width, then the length will be 28 feet and the width will be 14 feet.
divide perimeter by 6.
Twice the (width plus length)
14 feet (14+14+28+28 = 84)
A farmer wants to fence a rectangular garden whose perimeter is 60 yards. The length of the garden exceeds twice the width by 6 yards. What are the length and width of the garden?
Width = 16 feet Length = 38 feet
Doubling the width of a rectangular rug will affect the perimeter because the total length and width will be doubled. The area will be twice the length times the width.
The width is half the length: The perimeter is twice the length plus twice the width. If the perimeter is 3 times the length, twice the width must be the length.
If the width is 9' and the length is twice that, the length is 18'; the perimeter is twice the length plus twice the width, which is 36' + 18' = 54 feet.
The length of a rectangle is twice its width. If the perimeter of the rectangle is , find its area.
The length works out as 12 cm and the width works out as 5 cm Check: 2*(12+5) = 34 cm which is the perimeter
Area is length times width, perimeter is twice the sum of length and breadth.
Area=Length * Width. if length =4 and width =5...area is 20. if doubled....(4*2)*(5*2)=A*4. When length and width double, area is multiplied by 4.
Length = (Perimeter - twice width) / 2
If the length of a rectangle is twice its width and it has a perimeter of 48, then the rectangle is 16 in length and 8 in width.
I get 90 square feet as follows. The perimeter is equal to twice the sum of the length and the width. P 2(L+W) so that the length plus the width is 19 ft. The combination of all pairs of integers that sum to 19 have products equal to or less than 9X10 90.
Subtract twice the width from the perimeter. The answer will be twice the length. Divide by two.
Let the length be 2x-3 and the width be x:- So: 2*(2x-3+x) = 82 feet => 6x-6 = 82 => x = 14 and 2/3 Therefore the dimensions are: length = 26 ft 4 ins and width = 14 ft 8 ins
yes, because in finding perimeter youre just adding all of the sides together.
If it's a rectangle, just minus the length from the perimeter twice and than divide what you have by 2. Width = (Perimeter - (length*2))/2
The length is 20 units and the width is 10 units
Both the side lengths and the perimeter are linear measurements, therefore they are proportional. In other words, twice the side length results in twice the perimeter.