Posted by **jenny** on Friday, October 15, 2010 at 12:49am.

suppose you are enclosing a rectangular area to create a rabbit cage. you have 80 ft of fence and want to build a pen with the largest possible area for your rabbit, so you build the cage using an existing building as one side.

make a table showing the areas for some selected values of x, and write a function that gives the area, y, as a function of the width, x

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