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babystar16
 5 years ago
if the dimension of the larger retangle are triple those of the smaller rectangle, what is the permieter of the larger rectangle. the small rectangle is P=7m
babystar16
 5 years ago
if the dimension of the larger retangle are triple those of the smaller rectangle, what is the permieter of the larger rectangle. the small rectangle is P=7m

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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0if the dimension of the retangle are doubled those of the smaller retangle, what is the perimeter of the larger rectangle. P=8m

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