# [Answer] A rectangle has a length of 5.50m and a width of 12.0m. What are the perimeter and area of this rectangle?

###### Answer: Perimeter area= 35.0 66.0 m m^2
A rectangle has a length of 5.50m and a width of 12.0m. What are the perimeter and area of this rectangle?

No overtaking. Either overtaking is prohibited for all vehicles or certain kinds of vehicles only (e.g. lorries motorcycles etc…). In the USA this is usually phrased as “no passing zone” and indicated by a rectangular black-on-white sign on the right side of the road that says “DO NOT PASS” and/or by a solid yellow line painted on the roadway marking the left limit of traffic (centerline …

The performance space of the Roman circus was normally despite its name an oblong rectangle of two linear sections of race track separated by a median strip running along the length of about two thirds the track joined at one end with a semicircular section and at the other end with an undivided section of track closed (in most cases) by a distinctive starting gate known as the carceres …

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The penalty area (colloquially “the 18-yard box” or just “the box”) is similarly formed by the goal-line and lines extending from it but its lines start 16.5 met…