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a farmer wants to build a rectangular garden with a river as one side.what is the area of the biggest garden that he can fence with 220 meters of fencing materials?

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  1. 110*55 = ?

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  2. L=LENGHT W=WIDTH

    L+2w=220
    L=220-2W

    LW=AREA

    A=W(L)
    A=W(220-2W)
    A=-2W^2- 2W^2
    A=-2(W^2-110W+55^2-55^2)
    A=-2(W-55)^2+6050

    W=55

    L=220-55-55
    =110

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