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Have no ideas? couldnt move the pen damnn:(

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21 Aug 2010, 11:17
fatihaysu wrote:
Have no ideas? couldnt move the pen damnn:(

Look at the attachment

Given rectangular frame area = picture area.

Hence (18 * 15) - (l*b) = (l*b)

(9 * 2 * 5 * 3) = 2 (l*b)

(l*b) = (9 * 5 * 3).

Also given length of frame = 18 units and breadth = 15 units.

(l/b) = (18/15) and l = (18/15)*b

Hence ((18/15) * b * b) = (9 * 5 *3)

b^2 = (9* 5* 3) * 15 / (18)

$$b = 15 / \sqrt{2}$$

Also
$$l = (18/15) * (15 / \sqrt{2})$$

Hence
$$l = 9 \sqrt{2}$$.
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