5. Adam uses a ribbon that measures 130 cm to make a rectangle. He has to allow 2 cm overlap at to glue the ends. If he wants the length of the rectangle is 18 cm more than the width, how long should he make the rectangle?

6. The perimeter of a rectangle is twice as much as the perimeter of a square. The width of the rectangle and the side of the square are both 4 feet. What's the length of the rectangle?

7. A square is made from 6 identical rectangles. The perimeter of the square is 48 cm, what are the length and width of the rectangles?