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<div>find i (fog)(x), ii (gof)(x) iii (gof)(4), iv (fog)(2)</div>
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<div>2. a farmer has 600 yards of fencing and wishing to enclose a rectangular garden whose width is x yards.</div>
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<div>i Express the area A of the garden as a function of x</div>
<div>ii sketch the graph of A</div>
<div>iii find the values of x for which the area of the garden is largest.</div>
<div>iv Hence determine dimensions of the garden that gives the largest area of the garden.</div>
<div>v find the domain and range of A</div>
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<div>I tried it, but it doesn't make any sense.</div>
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<div>I know the answer is 3.23x10<sup>7</sup>Pa but I need an illustration for the problem. I'm not sure if it's like this:</div>
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