# How to express the length of the walls, L metres, in terms of x and height of the walls H metres, in terms of x?

May 16, 2018

$H = 6 + 2 \sqrt{6}$
$L = 8 + 3 \sqrt{6}$

#### Explanation:

Note: This is assuming windows are square.
Each window is
$6 {m}^{2} \left(\frac{36}{6}\right)$
In that case,
$H = 3 \cdot \left(2\right) + 2 \cdot \left(\sqrt{6}\right)$
$H = 6 + 2 \sqrt{6}$
$L = 4 \cdot \left(2\right) + 3 \cdot \left(\sqrt{6}\right)$
$L = 8 + 3 \sqrt{6}$