A farmer has 1600 feet of fence and wants to enclose a rectangular field with two internal fences parallel to one side. What are the dimensions that would maximize the area?

A farmer has 1600 feet of fence and wants to enclose a rectangular field with two internal fences parallel to one side. What are the dimensions that would maximize the area?

solve and check 3/x+4=5/x-4

1/2(6x+5)-3/4(4x-5)

x2+bx-11; b= ?

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re write this statement

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