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Homework Help: advanced math

Posted by thomas on Thursday, November 3, 2011 at 6:44pm.

Suppose you have 168 meters of fencing with which to make two side-by-side rectangular enclosures against an existing wall. If the rectangular enclosures are adjacent and of the same depth, what is the maximum are that can be enclosed?

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