Algebra 1

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Genie has 100 feet of fence with which to make a rectangular cage for her rabbit. If she uses the wall of her house as one side, the area of the cage in square feet is given by the polynomial -2w^2 + 100w, where w is the width of the cage in feet. What is the area of the cage if the width is 15 feet?

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