Mathematics
TanjaZebrowski
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is there a relationship between the area and the perimeter of a rectangle?

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The are is A=W*L The perimeter is P=2L+2W So there is some form of relationship. A/W=L and P-2W=2L A/W=L and (P-2W)/2=L A/W=(P-2W)/2 2A/W=P-2W 2A=PW-2W^2 If you line them up according to the quadratic formula you can have  2W^2-PW+2A=0 where W is the variable equivalent to X in normal circumstances and P and A are set values.  There is always a relationship between two numbers, or at least you can almost always create your own relationship.  This may seem rather complicated but this is a complicated question and I applaud you for asking something of this sort.

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