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Larry has 36 sections of wooden fencing. Each section is 6 feet long. He plans on using all the sections to surround a rectangular pasture. What is the area of the largest pasture he could create

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1. The largest area would be a square.

36 * 6 = 216 feet of fencing

216/4 = 54 feet on each side

A = 54^2
A = 2,916 square feet

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