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# Unknown Dimensions Using Formulas

## Compute linear measures, given edge or surface measures of rectilinear quadrilaterals.

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## Unknown Dimensions Using Formulas

Learn how to find the unknown dimension of a figure when the area or perimeter is given and another side length is given.
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## MCC6.G.1 - Finding Unknown Dimensions of Squares and Rectangles

Use formulas to solve for unknown dimensions of squares and rectangles.
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## Finding Unknown Dimensions of Squares and Rectangles

Use formulas to solve for unknown dimensions of squares and rectangles.
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## Unknown Dimensions Using Formulas

Learn how to use formulas to solve for unknown dimensions when given perimeter or area.
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## Finding Unknown Dimensions of Squares and Rectangles

Use formulas to solve for unknown dimensions of squares and rectangles.
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## Unknown Dimensions Using Formulas!

Learn how to find the unknown dimension of a figure when the area or perimeter is given and another side length is given.
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Learn how to find the unknown dimension of a figure when the area or perimeter is given and another side length is given.
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