Q: What is the perimeter of a rectangle with a length of 36m and a width of 15m?

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Perimeter of rectangle: 2*(20+15) = 70m

Area = Length * Width So Width = Area / Length = 165/15 = 11 metres.

The dimensions of the rectangular lot are: 30m by 15m

15m and 30 m

15m square is equal to 2,250,000 cm square. Note though, that 15m square is not the same as 15 square metres.

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Perimeter of rectangle: 2*(20+15) = 70m

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w x w + 6 = 135 w2 + 6w - 135 =0 Ie (w - 9)(w + 15) = 0 width = 9m (length = 15m)

Area = Length * Width So Width = Area / Length = 165/15 = 11 metres.

15/3=5 equilateral triangle is a triangle with every side the same length

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15m because if its 5m BY 3m then the by is standing for the OF witch it a mathematical phrase for algebra and witch means to multiply the base by height. and the area is found by multiplying the sides together. so 5m multiplied by2m is 15m

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