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The length of a rectangle is twice the side of a square and its width is 6 m greater than the side of the square. If the area of the rectangle is three times the area of the square.




Correct Answer: Option(a)
Solution: Let side of square=
Therefore,
Length of rectangle=
Breadth of rectangle=
  




Therefore,
Side of square=cm
Length of rectangle=
                               =
Breadth of rectangle=
                                =
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