anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't remember how to solve these types of problems the question is The perimeter of the rectangle below is 134 units. Find the length of side VY. Write your answer without variables. Base 5y+3 VW , 4y+1 XW
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you have some sort of drawing or attachment so that we can see the rectangle?
amilapsn
  • amilapsn
|dw:1439955437321:dw|Is this your drawing?
anonymous
  • anonymous
It looks like this and the perimeter is 134 units. It says find the length of VY answer without variables. Y ____________X | | | | | | 4y+1 V |___________ |W 5y+3

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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Perimeter of a closed figure is simply the total length around the edges, so in case of a rectangle, it's perimeter is given by the sum of all sides or edges \[P=l+l+b+b=2l+2b=2(l+b)\] Now you are given \[l=5y+3\]\[b=4y+1\] and \[P=134\] So plug that in \[134=2((5y+3)+(4y+1))\] Now this equation can be solved for y, once you have the value of y you can solve for either length or breadth as required

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