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    Equivalent equations

    The equation P = 2L + 2W is equivalent to

    1. L = p - 2W / 2

    2. L = P + 2W / 2

    3. 2L = P / 2W

    4. L = P - W

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznmartinjai View Post
    The equation P = 2L + 2W is equivalent to

    1. L = p - 2W / 2

    2. L = P + 2W / 2

    3. 2L = P / 2W

    4. L = P - W

    Explain:
    P = 2L + 2W

    P/2 = L + W

    L = P/2 - W
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker View Post
    P = 2L + 2W

    P/2 = L + W

    L = P/2 - W
    and if the original poster had put in the brackets this would be answer number 1.

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