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# The areas of rectangles are given. Use factoring to find the expressions for the missing dimensions.

Hint:

- The area of rectangle is the product of its length and width.

## The correct answer is: Width will be Length of left rectangle Length of right rectangle

- We have been given a diagram of two rectangles in the question
- We have also been given the area of the both rectangle that is-
- We have to use factoring to find the expressions for the missing dimensions.

Step 1 of 1:

Left side rectangle has area 9xy^{2} right side rectangle has 12x^{2}y^{3}

One width is common in both the rectangle.

So,

GCF will be

So, Width will be 3xy^{2}

Length of left rectangle 3

Length of right rectangle 4xy

GCF will be

So, Width will be 3xy

^{2}

Length of left rectangle 3

Length of right rectangle 4xy

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