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The lenght of a rectangle is 2 inches greater than the width. The lenght of the base of an isosceles triangle is 12 inches, and the lenghts of the other two sides are 1 inch greater than the width of the rectangle. Draw a picture of each figure and label the dimensions

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    I'll give a medal away!!

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    @goformit100 do you know how to write two expressions to find the perimeters of the rectangle and triange?

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    ok

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    yes i know|dw:1363569955947:dw|

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    @goformit100 sorry for the bother,but what about to find the width of the rectangle if the perimeter of each figure is equal.how would i find that out?

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    in place of l you can put its vale from the figure I drew, and same for b and the sides. Finally, equate Both the equations for the required Answer

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