Posted by **Avery** on Sunday, August 22, 2010 at 8:11am.

240 m of fencing material is going to be used to enclose three sides of a rectangular lot. What should the

dimensions of the lot be so that the enclosed area is as large as possible? (I'm supposed to solve this using a quadratic equations but I don't know how...)

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