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A farmer has 12000m roll of fencing. He wants to make 2 paddocks by splitting a rectangle enclosure in half. What are the dimensions of the enclosure with the largest area that he can make with the fencing he has?
I got 6,000,000 m^2, is it right?
PLZ help
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