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Two Gardens are being fenced in. Both Gardens will require the same amount of fencing (Both gardens have the same perimeter in meters). One garden is in the shape of a square and the other is in the shape of an equilateral triangle. Each side of the triangle is 5 meters longer than each side of the square. Find the dimensions of the garden.

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    Square: ()M on each side Triangle ()M on each side

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    let x be the side measure of the square, what is the side measure of the triangle then? how do we calculate for perimeter of each?

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