Posted by **Robin** on Saturday, July 13, 2013 at 9:17am.

A rancher wants to make a rectangular pen to house her animals. She will divide it up with 3 fences down the middle parallel to one side. If she has 14000 ft of fencing to work with, what are the dimensions of the pen of greatest area?

Width =

Length =

What is the greatest area pen that the rancher can make?

Area =

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