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If the length of a rectangle is 1 meter more than three times the width, then write an equation for the perimeter of the rectangle in terms of the width of the rectangle.

AdamTaurus  Oct 11, 2017

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Let the width of the rectangle =W
The length of the rectangle =3W + 1
Perimeter = 2[L + W]
Perimeter= 2[W + 3W + 1]
Perimeter =2W + 6W + 2
Perimeter =8W + 2, OR: 2[4W + 1]

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Let the width of the rectangle =W
The length of the rectangle =3W + 1
Perimeter = 2[L + W]
Perimeter= 2[W + 3W + 1]
Perimeter =2W + 6W + 2
Perimeter =8W + 2, OR: 2[4W + 1]

Guest Oct 11, 2017
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Thanks!

AdamTaurus  Oct 11, 2017

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