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The length and width of a rectangle are 17 cm and 9 cm. If the dimensions are tripled, by exactly how much has the perimeter of the rectangle increased? (Hint: Use the Numeric Method) 26 cm 104 cm 78 cm 52 cm

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  1. Mertsj
    • 4 years ago
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    104 cm

  2. anonymous
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    thanks

  3. anonymous
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    Normal Perimeter = 2(l + b) cm = 2(17+9) cm = 52 cm If tripled perimeters= 2(51 + 27) cm = 2(78) cm = 156 cm So therefore, 156 cm - 52 cm = 104 cm.

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