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A farmer has 80 meters of fencing to use to create a rectangular garden in the middle of an open field. Let I represent the length of the rectangular garden (in meters) and let A represent the area of the garden (in square meters). a. Write a formula that expresses A in terms of l Preview b. What is the maximum area of the garden? (It may help to use a graphing calculator) square meters Preview c. What is the length and width of the garden that produces the maximum area? Length: o Width: meters Preview meters Preview d. If the farmer instead has 270 meters of fencing to enclose the garden, what fence-length and fence-width will produce the garden with the maximum area? Length: Width: meters Preview meters Preview Submit

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