# The two rectangles of the plot have the same area, the length of the first is 48 m, and the width is 30 m.

The two rectangles of the plot have the same area, the length of the first is 48 m, and the width is 30 m. What is the length of the second section if its width is 6 m greater than the width of the first section?

1. The area of the rectangle is calculated by the formula: S = a * b.

2. Let’s find the area of the first site.

S = 48 * 30 = 1440 sq. meters area of the first site.

3. Find the width of the second section.

30 + 6 = 36 meters width of the second section.

4. Find the length of the second section, since the areas of the sections are the same, we divide the area of the first by the width of the second section.

1440/36 = 40 meters length of the second section.

Answer: 40 meters.

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