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the width of a tennis court is ten more than one-third its length. if the court is 78 feet long, what is its perimeter?

If you are told the length of the court, then you can work out what a third of that length is. Adding another 10 (presumably feet) gives you the width. If you know the length and width, the perimeter is a simple procedure.
18 November 2012
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