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# A rectangle has whole number side lengths and an area of 81cm² what dimentions could it have?

Updated: 12/14/2022

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It could be 1 cm by 81 cm, 3 cm by 27 cm, 9 cm by 9 cm, 27 cm by 3 cm, or 81 cm by 1 cm.

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