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What will be the perimeter and the area of the rectangle below if it is enlarged using a scale factor of 6.5? Perimeter = 54 cm, area = 181.25 cm2 Perimeter = 54 cm, area = 2,028 cm2 Perimeter = 182 cm, area = 2,028 cm2 Perimeter = 182 cm, area = 181.25 cm2

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    anyone???????????????????????????????????????

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    @DaBest21

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    Ok im think we should first multiply 6 x 6.5= ? 8 x 6.5=?

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    *i

  9. anonymous
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    39 52

  10. pooja195
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    ok good |dw:1437411485556:dw|

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    Lets find the perimeter first any ideas on how to do so?

  12. pooja195
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    \[\huge~\rm~P=2(l+w)\] \[\huge~\rm~P=2(52+39)\] \(\huge\rm\color{red}{solve}\)

  13. anonymous
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    well p= 18 p= 182

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    Good Job! :D \[\huge~\rm~A=~Length \times Width\] \[\huge~\rm~A=~52 \times 39\] Solve from there :)

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    2028

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    SOOOO C

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