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<p>What is the maximum area of a rectangular yard that can be enclosed with 120 m of fencing in each case?</p><p>a) The yard is enclosed on all four sides.</p><p>b) The yard is enclosed on three sides.</p>
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<p>A rectangular yard with an area of 50 m2 is to be fenced on three sides. Minimizing the perimeter will minimize the cost of the fence. Conduct an investigation to determine the shape of the yard with minimum perimeter.</p>
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<p>What is the maximum area of a rectangular yard that can be enclosed with 120 m of fencing in each case?</p><p>a) The yard is enclosed on all four sides.</p><p>b) The yard is enclosed on three sides.</p>
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<p>What is the maximum area of a rectangular yard that can be enclosed with 120 m of fencing in each case?</p><p>a) The yard is enclosed on all four sides.</p><p>b) The yard is enclosed on three sides.</p>
<p>A rectangular yard with an area of 50 m2 is to be fenced on three sides. Minimizing the perimeter will minimize the cost of the fence. Conduct an investigation to determine the shape of the yard with minimum perimeter.</p>
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