Find the length and width of a rectangle if its perimeter is 30cm and area is 50cm2.
What are the dimensions of a rectangle whose perimeter is 74cm and area is 312cm2.
Find the dimensions of a rectangle whose perimeter is 33cm and area is 65cm2.
Find the dimensions of all the rectangles whose perimeters in cm are twice the value of their areas in cm2.
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