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action-skipěto A farmer has 70 meters of fencing to use to enclose a rectangular garden that has one side against a barn. Let I represent the length of the rectangular garden (in meters) and let A represent the area of the rectangular garden (in square meters). a Write a formula that expresses A in terms of I. Preview b. What is the maximum area of the garden? It may help to use a graphing calculator. Place the area function into Y1, and use the WINDOW feature to help d graph where you can clearly see the maxim um. Then use 2nd-> CALC- MAXIMUM to locate the coordintes of the maximum of the function.) square meters Preview
C. ☆ 可 Preview b. What is the maximum area of the garden? (lt may help to use a graphing calculator. Place the area function into Y1, and use the WINDOW feature to help you find a good graph where you can clearly see the maximum. Then use 2ndCALC MAXIMUM to locate the coordintes of the maximum of the function.) square meters Preview c. What is the length and width of the garden that produces the maximum area? Length meters Preview o Width: meters Preview d. If the farner instead had 250 meterfecig to enclose the garden, what garden-length and g produce a garden with the maximum area? Length: Width: meters Preview meters Preview Points possible: 4 Unlimited attempts. Lacense Message instructor about this question Post this question to forum
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