#### #LionHeart34

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Two rectangular plots of land are equal in area .The length of the first plot is one and half times it's width.The length of the second plot is 3 metres less than 15 times it's width.

Denoting the width of the first plot by x metres and the width of the second plot by y metres. Show that:

X^2 - 10y^2 + 2y =0

What I did was to draw the two plots and label them but I am not sure the method I should use to get

X^2 - 10y^2 + 2y =0 and what they mean by denoting the x and y

Denoting the width of the first plot by x metres and the width of the second plot by y metres. Show that:

X^2 - 10y^2 + 2y =0

What I did was to draw the two plots and label them but I am not sure the method I should use to get

X^2 - 10y^2 + 2y =0 and what they mean by denoting the x and y

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