In this lesson, you'll learn how to use algebraic expressions and perimeter to solve for the length of a triangle's sides. By drawing a diagram and assigning variables to each side, you'll be able to set up an equation and solve for the variable. With the help of combining like terms and some basic division, you'll be able to determine the length of each side and solve the problem.
Finding the length of a triangle using algebraic expression and perimeter
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The perimeter of a triangle is 57. The first side is twice the length of the second side. The third side is seven more than the second side. What is the length of each side?
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This lesson goes through a set of steps that you can use to solve word problems. The problem in this lesson involves finding the length of sides of a triangle.