# SOLUTION: the length of a rectangle is 4cm more than the width and the perimeter is at least 48 cm . what are the smallest possible dimensions for the rectangle

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 Question 635904: the length of a rectangle is 4cm more than the width and the perimeter is at least 48 cm . what are the smallest possible dimensions for the rectangleAnswer by graphmatics(170)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let w be the width then w+4 is the length and 2*w+2*(w+4)=4*w+8 is the expression for the perimeter. So 4*w+8>=48 4*w>=40 w>=10