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Geometry Word Problems Worksheets - Perimeter of Rectangles




 

Objective: I know how to solve geometry problems that involve the perimeter of rectangles.


The perimeter of a rectangle is the sum of the lengths of the sides of the rectangle. The formula is

P = 2l + 2w


The following problems would be better solved using algebra. Read the lessons on solving geometry problems using algebra if you need to learn how to solve geometry problems using algebra.

 

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Solve the following.
(Remember to include the relevant unit or square unit in your answer)


The perimeter of a rectangle is 38 m. The length is four more than two times the width. What is the width?


The perimeter of a rectangle is 92 m. The length is six more than four times the width. What is the area?


The perimeter of a rectangle is 106 mm. The length is one more than three times the width. What is the area?


The perimeter of a rectangle is 62 m. The length is four more than two times the width. What is the length?


The perimeter of a rectangle is 44 cm. The length is two more than three times the width. What is the area?


The perimeter of a rectangle is 64 cm. The length is seven less than two times the width. What is the width?


The perimeter of a rectangle is 44 mm. The length is two less than two times the width. What is the length?


The perimeter of a rectangle is 168 mm. The length is fourteen more than four times the width. What is the width?




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