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Which are you having trouble with / what have you tried?
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So far I’ve managed to do 1,2 and 3
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Which are you having trouble with / what have you tried?
I’ve done 1,2 and 3 so far
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I’ve done 1,2 and 3 so far
4 is a little blurry, but you know the area and perimeter and the length in terms of x.
use the perimeter to get the width in terms of x, then multiply to equate to the area?

Then transform the hidden/ disguised quadratic and solve.
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4 is a little blurry, but you know the area and perimeter and the length in terms of x.
use the perimeter to get the width in terms of x, then multiply to equate to the area?

Then transform the hidden/ disguised quadratic and solve.
I’m still a bit confused with the width
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I’m still a bit confused with the width
You know the rectangle perimeter and the length (in terms of x). So the width, as a function of x, should be easy?

Length+width = perimeter/2
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