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A rectangular dog pen that has the greatest possible area within a budget of 50$.A pen needs at least one gate for a dog. Fencing is $1.00 per foot, fence posts are $2.00 each and gates (3 feet wide) are $5.00 each. what is the area of a pen? pls help me !!!

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