The area of a triangle is 12/13th of the area of a rectangle whose sides satisfy the quadratic equation 2p2 – 43p + 22

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Q 2362212135.     The area of a triangle is 12/13th of the area of a rectangle whose sides satisfy the quadratic equation 2p2 – 43p + 221 = 0, the base of the given triangle is 17cm. If the side of a square is equal to the height of the given triangle then what will be the perimeter of the square?
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A

36cm

B

40cm

C

44cm

D

48cm

E

None of these

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