The most common answer is:

```
length = 10
width = 5
area_rectangle = length * width
perimeter_rectangle = 2 * (length + width)
print(area_rectangle)
print(perimeter_rectangle)
```

This code correctly calculates the area and perimeter of a rectangle given its length and width, and then prints out the results.

The area of a rectangle is calculated as length * width, and the perimeter is calculated as 2 * (length + width). With the values provided (length = 10 and width = 5), the output will be:

```
Area: 50
Perimeter: 30
```

The corresponding Python code is:

```
length = 10
width = 5
area_rectangle = length * width
perimeter_rectangle = 2 * (length + width)
print("Area:", area_rectangle)
print("Perimeter:", perimeter_rectangle)
```

This prints the area and perimeter with labels for clarity.

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