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find the perimeter of a rectangle that is 18 ft long and 5 ft wide

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    2(l+b)

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    |dw:1344607847566:dw|

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    perimeter = 2(l+b)

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    just use this and find

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    |dw:1344607843160:dw|

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    Thank you, i forgot how to do perimeters and other geometry. ive been out of school too long

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    Perimeter is the sum of all sides

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    18+18+5+5

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