Posted by **Lufy** on Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 11:10pm.

a rancher has 4000 feet of fencing for constructing a rectangular corral. one side of the corral will be formed by a barn and requires no fence. three exterior fences and 2 interior fences partition the corral into 3 rectangular regions. what dimension of the corral maximize the enclosed area? what is the area of that corral?

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