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Rectangle !!The length of a rectangle was increased by 10 m , the width was increased by 5m , If you always do what you always did, you'll always get what you always got #2 20060921 20:30:04
Re: Rectangle !!Furthermore... 1) How many solutions to this problem are there? 2) What would the dimensions of a square with the above property be? Bad speling makes me [sic] #3 20060921 23:35:25
Re: Rectangle !!Why did the vector cross the road? It wanted to be normal. #4 20060924 17:41:53
Re: Rectangle !!This is a question found in a " pre calculus " book , the authers put 80 m and 60 m as the answers , i could reach one equation in two variables , but never come to a second equation . If you always do what you always did, you'll always get what you always got #5 20060924 19:38:02
Re: Rectangle !!
should the original rectangle be a square, or the after the width and height have been increased? #6 20060925 18:07:04
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Ah, good question... how about both, just for the practice! Bad speling makes me [sic] #7 20060928 22:45:03
Re: Rectangle !!if you let the original rectangle be a square: if you let the result be a square: Last edited by Kurre (20060928 22:47:46) 