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if you have 200 feet of fencing to enclose four adjacent rectangular enclosures. Determine what demensions should be used so that the enclosed area will be maximized.

asked by Christina
  1. 8x+5y=200
    X=length of one rectangle
    Y=width of one rectangle

    Area = xy
    Y= (200-8x)/5
    Area=x (200-8x)/5
    Hope this gets you going

    posted by Mac

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