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# How do you find the widths of a rectangle with the lengths?

Updated: 12/14/2022

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You can't find the widths of a rectangle with the lengths because the widths can be anything lower than the lengths. Like if your rectangle had a length of 7 the width can be 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and so on.

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Add up (two lengths) plus (two widths) and you have the perimeter.

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A square has four sides of equal length. A rectangle has lengths that are different from the widths.

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There are plenty of information you can learn about rectangles. You can learn about their angles, their widths and lengths, as well as their volumes.

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### How do you find the perimeter of a rectangle square or triangle?

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### What figure is a rectangle that is not a square?

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