Posted by **brit** on Saturday, September 24, 2011 at 3:58am.

A farmer plans to enclose a rectangular region, using part of his barn for one side and fencing for the other three sides. If the side parallel to the barn is to be twice the length of an adjacent side, and the area of the region is to be 512 ft2, how many feet of fencing should be purchased?

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