Posted by Jane on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 5:01pm.
It's a square.
So what exactly would the answer be? im confused..
1200/4 = 300 yards on each side.
A = 300 * 300
A = ?
Oh i see now! Ok thank you!
Finding the Absolute Area....
Area of the fence:
Perimeter of the fence
Then, you solve for one variable
x=600-y <-- plug this back into the Area function and you will get
And I believe you can set that equal to zero
Then you use the quadratic formula
so y= -600/(2)*(-1)
That'll give you one side, then plug it back to perimeter equation to get x. Hope this is right!
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