# SOLUTION: The length of a rectangle is 15 feet more than twice its width, and the perimeter is 120 feet. What are the length and width? Two angles are supplementary. One of the angles i

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Rectangles Question 276583: The length of a rectangle is 15 feet more than twice its width, and the perimeter is 120 feet. What are the length and width? Two angles are supplementary. One of the angles is 32 degrees less thatn the measure of the other angle. What are the measures of the two angles?Answer by EMStelley(187)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I will answer your first question. If you have more than one, you should post them separately. If we call the length L and the width W, then remember that perimeter is: We have that the length is 15 more than twice the width, so we can represent length by 2W+15. Thus we have: So the width is 15 feet. Thus the length would be 2(15)+15=45 feet.