5th grade math
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suppose you are building a fence for a garden in your yard. your yard is 50 ft wide and has an area of 500 square ft.
your father has 88 feet of garden fencing,so your garden has to have a perimeter of 88 ft. how big an area would you set aside for your garden?
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