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Susan has 50ft of fencing to use to build a garden in her backyard.

A: The shape must be a rectangle/square.

B: Sketch at least five different examples that Susan could use for her backyard and state what the perimeter of each one is.

C: The most important part, what is the largest area garden that Susan can create, show the garden's dimension and explain how you know it's the largest area.

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    P = 2L + 2W

    All of the fencing must be 50 feet or less.

    One dimension could be 7 by 18.

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