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    Maximizing area of a fenced garden

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    A.
    A rectangular garden is to be fenced in and divided into three parallel sections. the fencing for the boundary costs $20 per foot whereas fencing for the dividing fences costs $5 per foot. Consider the problem of finding the dimensions of the largest garden possible if the gardner can spend $2000 for the fencing. Find the values for L and W for which the total area of the garden is as large as possible.

    B.
    Find the length and the width of the rectangle with Perimeter 100ft and the maximum area.

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    A. Rectangular garden is to be fenced in and divided into three parallel sections. The fencing for the boundary costs $20 per foot whereas fencing for the dividing fences costs $5 per foot. Consider the problem of finding the dimensions of the ...

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