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Q: What is the perimeter of a rectangle that is 5yd long and 3yd wide?

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2L + 2W = 2(5) + 2(3) = 16 yards

(3yd + 9ft + 2in) - (1yd + 8ft + 6in)(108in + 108in + 2in) = (36in + 96in + 6in)218in - 138in80in or 2yd 8in

Using 3.14 as Pi the area of circle is: 0

There are 132 inches in 3 yards and 2 feets. 1yd=3ft 3yd=9ft 9ft+2ft=11ft 12in in one foot times 11ft= 132 inches in 3yd and 2 ft.

Your answer is 16 yards, with a remainder of 2 ft (2/3rds of a yard) 1yd = 3ft 1ft = 1/3yd

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