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A non-square rectangle has integer dimensions. The number of square units in its area is triple the number of units in its perimeter. What is the smallest possible length for the perimeter?

Logic  Sep 30, 2018
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Graphical solution shows   10 x 15   (or 15 x 10 )  rectangle.     So perimeter = 50 units

 

ElectricPavlov  Sep 30, 2018
edited by ElectricPavlov  Sep 30, 2018
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IF it was allowed to be a square (which it is NOT)  12 x 12 would be the answer  for a perimeter of 48

ElectricPavlov  Sep 30, 2018

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