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# A rectangle has a length of *in*. and a width of *in*. What is the perimeter of the rectangle

## The correct answer is: • the perimeter of a rectangle is the measure of the sum of its all sides. A rectangle has four sides in total.

### Explanation:

- We have been given in the question the length and the width of the rectangle.
- We have to find the perimeter of the rectangle.

Step 1 of 1:

We have given a rectangle with length *in* and breadth *in*.

Now the perimeter of any rectangle is 2(*l + b*)

So,

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