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Solution: What are the dimensions of the field he can enclose the maximum area?

What are the dimensions of the field he can enclose the maximum area?

Problem Statement: EE Board October 1997

A farmer has enough money to build only 100 meters of fence. What are the dimensions of the field he can enclose the maximum area?

  • A. 25 m x 25 m
  • B. 15 m x 35 m
  • C. 20 m x 30 m
  • D. 22.5 m x 27.5 m

Problem Answer:

The dimensions of the field he can enclose the maximum area is 25 m x 25 m

Solution:

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