Posted by **Mabel** on Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 4:21pm.

The owner of a farm wants to form four rectangular corrals. He has 750 meters of iron gate to enclose and to separate the four corrals. To save materials, he he decides to enclose a large area and to divide into four rectangles. Divide them will use part of the 750 meters of iron gate. Which are the dimensions of the largest rectangular area than can enclose and to separate to form the four corrals?

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