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Plz help with! A rectangle has sides measuring (6x + 4) units and (2x + 11) units. Part A: What is the expression that represents the area of the rectangle?

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  1. anonymous
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    @Marcorie

  2. anonymous
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    area = length x width = (6x+4) times (2x+11)

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    So I have to multiply (6x+4) times (2x+11)?

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    yes

  5. anonymous
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    AH ok thanks

  6. anonymous
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    140x?

  7. anonymous
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    \[12x ^{2} + 74x + 44\]

  8. anonymous
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    So its not 140x? its 12x^2+74x+44?

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    yes its the expression

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    Ok thank you again

  11. anonymous
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    :)

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    Thats a second degree expression right?

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    yes

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    Ok :P

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