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    The length of a rectangle is 4 centimeters more than its width. If the width is increased by 2 centimeters and the length is increased by 3 centimeters, a new rectangle is formed having an area of 44 square centimeters more than the area of the original , rectangle. Find:

    1. The dimensions of. The, new rectangle
    2. The perimeter of the new rectangle.
    3. The area of the new rectangle.
    4. The diagonal of the new rectangle.
    5. The dimensions of the original rectangle.
    6. The perimeter of the original rectangle
    7. The area of the original rectangle.
    8 The diagonal of the original rectangle.

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