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The fence of a pool measures 25 feet wide by 60 feet long. If the length is increased by 20 feet what will the new dimensions be? Could someone please show me how to do this problem.

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    Maybe I don't understand this problem but but wouldn't the new dimensions just be 25 ft wide by 60 + 20 =80 ft long?

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    ummm y did u just bump up the question is that not the right answer?

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    idk

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