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Q: How many different rectangles are there if the perimeter of the rectangle equals the area of the rectangle?

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no because one rectangle may be 3x4 which the perimeter is 14 and one rectangle may be 5x2 which as well equals 14

The perimeter is the distance around, the sum of the sides. A 5 x 7 or a 4 x 8 rectangle has a perimeter of 24.

Noo... it equals one rectangle

That depends. The perimeter of a rectangle equals the all the sides added together! The perimeter of a rectangle is the distance around it. The formula for finding the perimeter of a rectangle is: P = 2L + 2W (the length x 2 added to the width x 2). Example: A 5x10 rectangle has a perimeter of 30: (5x2 + 10x2 = 30)

as the sum of opposite angles of a rectangle always equals 180 degrees all rectangles are cyclic Actually a rectangle is only cyclic when the product of the diagonls equals the sum of opposite pairs of sides.

It is 16 units.

is equals to 2*19FT + 2*8FT

17 inches.

26 feet

I beleve that is the formula for finding the area of a rectangle or squareLength*Width equals area for rectangles. LxW=Area of a rectangle.

126 rectangles. 1 Strip of 6 equals 21 rectangles, multiply by 1 strip of 3 which makes 6, is 126 rectangles, all in one big rectangle.

It equals 18. Add the sides together.

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