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Question 3 A square has a perimeter given by the algebraic expression 24x – 16. Write the algebraic expression that represents one of its sides.

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perimeter of square = 4*a (a- side of square)
2x-16 =4*a
a= \frac{\left(24x-16\right)}{4}
a= \frac{8\left(3x-2\right)}{4}
a=2(3x-2)=6x-4

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