Posted by **emily** on Sunday, September 29, 2013 at 2:40pm.

He needs two adjacent rectangular enclosures - he has 300 feet of fencing.

a. find a function that models the total area of enclosures with respect to the width of the enclosures.

b. write your function in vertex form using the vertex formula.

c. what is the largest area that farmer jack can enclose?

d. how should he use the fencing?

*use graphing calculator for a & b to verify*

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