**Q5: **

The length of a rectangle is 26 cm
more than its width. Given that its area is 120 cm^{2},
determine its perimeter.

**Q6: **

The length of a rectangle is 15 cm
more than its width. Given that its area is 54 cm^{2},
determine its perimeter.

**Q7: **

The length of a rectangle is 10 cm
more than its width. Given that its area is 24 cm^{2},
determine its perimeter.

**Q8: **

The side length of a square is cm,
and the dimensions of a rectangle are cm
and 2 cm. Given that the sum of their areas is 8 cm^{2}, determine the perimeter of the square.

**Q9: **

The side length of a square is cm,
and the dimensions of a rectangle are cm
and 5 cm. Given that the sum of their areas is 14 cm^{2}, determine the perimeter of the square.

**Q10: **

The side length of a square is cm,
and the dimensions of a rectangle are cm
and 8 cm. Given that the sum of their areas is 9 cm^{2}, determine the perimeter of the square.

**Q11: **

The length of a rectangle is 3 cm more than double the width.
The area of the rectangle is 27 cm^{2}.
Write an equation that can be used to find , the width of the rectangle, in centimeters.

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