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A landscape architect wants to maximise the area of a herbal garden. The fence around the perimeter of the area must be 60 metres long. The optimal width of the rectangular area is ?

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    The optimum maximum-area-enclosing fence will be a square, if it must be a rectangle. Otherwise, a circle maximizes the area.

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