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There can be no solution because there is no equation (or inequality) but only an expression.

Q: What is solution to L plus U - M plus P?

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It would be the same number either way because its addition.

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P=2L+2W or P= L+L+W+W In conclusion, yes it does.

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It would be the same number either way because its addition.

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Lines are parallel if they are perpendicular to the same line. Since the lines m and l are parallel (given), and the line l is perpendicular to the line p (given), then the lines m and p are perpendicular (the conclusion).

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P=2L+2W or P= L+L+W+W In conclusion, yes it does.

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A little more info would be nice but as it stands your equation is 2L + C = P

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