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 A rectangular park 2009-02-06 From Debbie:A park named Writer's Rectangle opened in town. When asked about the dimensions of the rectangle, the city planner, responded with these clues: ---The diagonals of the rectangular park plus its longer sides together measure seven times one of the shorter sides. ---The length of one diagonal is 250 m longer than one of the shorter sides. Use this information to find the area of the park.Answered by Stephen La Rocque. Three equations in three unknowns 2007-03-18 From Shawna:You are told that you are working with three different numbers. When the first number is added to twice the other two numbers, the result s 64( i.e x+2y+2z= 64). When the second number is added to twice the other two numbers the result is 62 (y+2x+2z=6). Finally, when the third number is added to twice the other two numbers, the resut is 59 z+2x+2y=59) Determine the three numbers?Answered by Penny Nom.

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