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what is the area of a garden whose perimeter is 36 and length is 4? help me

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Is this a square-shaped garden?
garden shape ?
rectangular ..sorry

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Perimeter and Area are both based on length and width, try this P = 2l + 2w A =lw
perimeter = 2 length + 2 breadth length = 4 solve them as u know the perimeter
okay 36= 2(length+width ) 36= 2(4+ w) now?
find width
so divide by 2 18=4+w w= 14 ok?
solve that eqn to find the width..
P = 2l +2w and you know l=4 and P=36, then solve for width and use it to find area!
thanks....and now ?
now area = l*w = 4*14 = ??
okay is it 56?
yup :)
yaa...
Thank you guys (:

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