Q: How can doubling the width of a rectangular rug affect the perimeter and area?

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Twice the (width plus length)

Perimeter = 2 x (length+width). You add the length to the width and multiply the sum by two.

If the other dimensions (length and height) are left unchanged, doubling the width will double the volume.

divide perimeter by 6.

The perimeter of a standard- sized rectangular rug is 94 ft. the length is 3 ft more than the width. Find the length and the width.

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width*height*length=perimeter of a rectangular prism! :)

Perimeter=24ft

It is 2*(Length + Width).

Twice the (width plus length)

Perimeter = 2 x (length+width). You add the length to the width and multiply the sum by two.

If the other dimensions (length and height) are left unchanged, doubling the width will double the volume.

The perimeter of a standard- sized rectangular rug is 94 ft. the length is 3 ft more than the width. Find the length and the width.

divide perimeter by 6.

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.

Perimeter is not defined for 3-dimensional objects.

The standard perimeter of a rectangular building can be found by adding the lengths of all four sides. It is twice the sum of the length and width of the building.

the perimeter of a rectangular rug is 40 ft. the length is 2 ft longer than the width. find the dimensions