anonymous
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Will Fan And Medal. The expression to find the perimeter of a rectangle is 2(length + width). What is the perimeter, in units, of a rectangle of length fraction 1 over 5 unit and width fraction 1 over 2 unit? fraction 1 and 2 over 5 units fraction 1 and 1 over 5 units fraction 4 over 7 unit fraction 2 over 7 unit
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anonymous
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hi peyton
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@peytonamberxoxo you still there?
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I was on here for the answer lol, but noone has answered it. I'm as lost as you sorry. D:
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oh its cool. i like the picture btw peyton.
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Thanks, good luck to you!
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@sportyshorts42 hey. here to save the day i hope?
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Yes, I'm reading the question right now.
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They tell you that perimeter = 2 (length + width) Then they tell you your length = 1/5 and your width is 1/2 So SUBSTITUTE these values into perimeter =2 (length + width)

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