# SOLUTION: the length of a rectangle is 6 inches longer then twice the width. if the perimeter is 180 inches, find the demensions

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Rectangles Question 264532: the length of a rectangle is 6 inches longer then twice the width. if the perimeter is 180 inches, find the demensionsAnswer by CharlesG2(828)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!the length of a rectangle is 6 inches longer then twice the width. if the perimeter is 180 inches, find the demensions P perimeter = 2 * (L length + W width) P = 2 * (2W + 6 + W) = 180 P = 2 * (3W + 6) = 180 2 * (3W + 6) = 180 (solve for W) 3W + 6 = 90 3W = 84 W = 28 inches L = 2W + 6 = 2 * 28 + 6 L = 56 + 6 L = 62 inches check: 28 * 2 + 62 * 2 = 56 + 124 = 180