Posted by **dillon** on Tuesday, October 23, 2007 at 7:41pm.

At a large nursery, a border for a rectangular garden is being built. Designers want the border's length to be 5 ft greater than its width. A maximum of 180 ft of fencing is available for the border. Write and solve an inequality that describes possible widths of the garden.

Help appreaciated thanks.

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- math - A rectangular garden was planted measures 12 ft by 8 ft. You want to ...
- MATH HELP NOW - We are doing solving polynomials using the zero factor property ...
- Math - At a park, a landscaper wishes to plant a uniform border of tulips around...
- math gr. 10 - A concrete border is to be built around a triangular flower garden...
- Math - you want to expand the garden by planting a border of flowers. the border...
- math - a fencing company was asked to enclose three gardens with wire fences: a ...
- math - You have 540 feet of fencing to enclose a rectangular garden. You want ...
- algebra - A small garden measures 14 ft by 6 ft. A uniform border around the ...
- Algebra - A small garden measures 7 ft by 14 ft. A uniform border around the ...
- math - 1. Mrs. Macdonald wants to put a uniform border of tulips around the ...

More Related Questions