Posted by **BoAFan** on Monday, September 21, 2009 at 9:54pm.

I REALLY need help on math because I can't understand what my teacher is saying in class.

Here's the question : Sixteen metres of fencing are available to enclose a rectangular garden.

a) represent the area of the garden as a function of the legnth of one side.

b) graph the function

c) what dimensions provide an area greater than 12 m ^2?

Please help me learn how to do this.

I'd appreciate it! =D

- Math, not "11th grade" -
**Writeacher**, Monday, September 21, 2009 at 10:00pm
Assistance needed.

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- 11th grade -
**Reiny**, Monday, September 21, 2009 at 10:11pm
the the width be x

then the width is 8-x

a) Area = x(8-x)

b) graph it

c)

w l Area

1 7 7

2 6 12

3 5 15

4 4 16

5 3 15

6 2 12

7 1 7

mmmmhhh?

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