Posted by **Malika** on Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 9:49pm.

A farmer plans to enclose a rectangular pasture adjacent to a river. (see figure). The pasture must contain 320,000 square meters in order to provide enough grass for the herd. What dimensions will require the least amount of fencing if no fencing is needed along the river?

x = m

y = m

Plz help...thnks

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