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The area of a rectangular pool is 48 square meters. The length is three times as long as the width. What are the dimensions of the pool?
Let w be the width of the rectangular pool, then its length is 3w, its area = w(3w) = 3w^2 = 48 Solve the equation we get x = 4 or -4 (can not be since its a ractangular) The width is 4 meters and the length is 12 meters.
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Let w be the width of the rectangular pool, then its length is 3w, its area = w(3w) = 3w^2 = 48
Solve the equation we get x = 4 or -4 (can not be since its a ractangular)
The width is 4 meters and the length is 12 meters.
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