In the given figure, a large rectangle is 60 metres long and 20 metres wide. 2 small rectangles are 30 metres long and 20 metres wide each. Which of the following statements is CORRECT?

A The total length of the large rectangle is twice the total length of the small rectangle.

B The total length of the large rectangle is equal to the total length of the small rectangle.

C The total length of the large rectangle is 30 meters more than the total length of the
small rectangle.

D The total length of the large rectangle is equal to 160 meters and the total length of
the small rectangle is equal to 100 meters.

option A and C are both correct. If D is the correct option then instead of length you should make it more specific to say length of the boundary. A rectangle by definition has 2 sides length and breadth

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Class : Class 7

Please use the correct wordings, Perimeter. Itâs just confusing to deal with word length.

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Class : Class 3

The word should be PERIMETER as the word TOTAL LENGTH [mentioned] can mean the sum of the 2 sides of the rectangle and can not be understood very well.So, according to me the answer can be both A as well as C.

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Class : Class 10

Please use proper words. It is perimeter. Not total length. Total length is the sum of the two longer sides.

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Yash
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Dps, Noida

Class : Class 2

sorry I was wrong the ans is d only because total length is here equal to perimeter for this condition

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Class : Class 8

The correct answer is D because the total length of the large rectangle is 160 meters and the total length of the small rectangle is 100 meters