# System of Equations Application Word Problem

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A rectangle window is framed by two rectangular shutters. The window is twice as tall as it is wide. The shutters are as tall as the window, and their widths are 24 cm less than their heights. The combined areas of the shutters total the same as the area of the window. Find the heights. The combined areas of the shutters total the same as the area of the window. Find the heights of the window.

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A rectangle window is framed by two rectangular shutters. The window is twice as tall as it is wide. The shutters are as tall as the window, and their widths are 24 cm. less than ...

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