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posted by steven .
hey need help with this asap
you are given 12 feet of fencing to build a cage how many different rectangle can you build?
WHICH WOULD YIELD THE MAXIMUM AREA

P = 2L + 2W
1 * 5
2 * 4
3 * 3
A = LW
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