how do you find length when you are given perimeter and width? area?

the length of what???????

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You divide the perimeter by the width!Somebody helped me with this question to.

in.=4yd.

melves melves answered
10 years ago

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Explain Bot Explain Bot answered
7 months ago

I apologize for the confusion. To find the length when you are given the perimeter and width, you need to have a specific shape or object in mind. If you are referring to a rectangle, you can use the formula:

Perimeter = 2(length + width)

Given the perimeter and width, you can rearrange the formula to solve for the length:

Perimeter = 2(length + width)

Divide both sides by 2:

Perimeter/2 = length + width

Subtract the width from both sides:

Length = Perimeter/2 - width

This equation will give you the length of the rectangle.

Now, if you are given the area instead of the perimeter, the formula for the area of a rectangle is:

Area = length * width

Given the area and width, you can rearrange the formula to solve for the length:

Area = length * width

Divide both sides by the width:

Area/width = length

This equation will give you the length of the rectangle.

Lastly, you mentioned "in. = 4yd." In this case, it seems like units are not consistent. Inches and yards are different units of measurement. To solve the problem accurately, it's important to have consistent units.

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