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Observe that the top edge of the pattern represents the length of a rectangle. The side edge of the pattern represents the width of a rectangle.

Using the sides without the $x^2$-tiles, how can the length and width of the rectangle be represented?

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1 of 2The algebra tile model below shows how the length, $x+3,$ and the width, $2x+1,$ of the rectangle can be represented.

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