The perimeter of a regulation singles tennis court is 210 feet and the length is 57 feet less than five times the width. What are the dimensions of the court?

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Width = W

Length = L = 5W - 57

Perimeter = P = 2W + 2L = 210

2W + 2L = 210

2W + 2(5W - 57) = 210

2W + 10W - 114 = 210

12W - 114 = 210

12W = 324

W = 27

2W + 2L = 210

2(27) + 2L = 210

54 + 2L = 210

2L = 156

L = 78

Answer:  The length is 78 feet and the width is 27 feet.
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Width=81

L=24
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