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31 August, 02:14

The length of a rectangle is four times its width.

If the perimeter of the rectangle is 60 ft, find its area.

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  1. 31 August, 02:49
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    area=144 ft²

    Step-by-step explanation:

    width=x

    length=4x

    perimeter=2 (4x+x)

    60=2 (5x)

    60/2=5x

    30=5x

    x=30/5

    =6

    width=6 ft

    length = 4 (6)

    =24 ft

    area = length * width

    =6*24

    =144 ft²
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