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## A thin wire 20 centimetres long is formed into a rectangle. If the width of this rectangle is 4 centimetres, what is its length? - class 5 math

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AnswersLength = 1/2 Perimeter – Breadth

Length = 1/2*20 cm – 4cm = 6 cm

= 10 cm – 4 cm = 6 cm

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