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The width of a rectangle is two more than four times its length. If the rectangle's perimeter is 44 m, then its length is ____ m

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  1. anonymous
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    Slow down and respond to the people that are already trying to help you. We're not going to just do your homework for you, but if you take the time to listen we may help you enough to where you can do it by yourself very easily.

  2. anonymous
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    i agree with polpak.

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    try to understand what were helping you with.

  4. anonymous
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    length is 4 btw...

  5. anonymous
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    the way you go about it is you should always draw a diagram. your equation for the width should have been 4x+2, and your length being x. just play around with equations setting it to (in my opinion) 4x+2 +x = 22, and solve for x.

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    do you understand how i did it?

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