sheridan

Jim is setting up a rectangular dog run in
his backyard. He buys six 3-foot sections
of fencing and a 3-foot wide gate. What
are the dimensions of the dog run with
the greatest area in each situation?
a) Jim uses the yard fence for one side of
the dog run.
b) Jim uses the corner of the yard fence
for two sides of the dog run.

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  1. You must go to a strange school if geometry is called "Sheridan" there. If you want a geometry tutor, say so in your "School Subject" line.

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