Assuming all four sides are being fenced, 420 feet of Fencing is required, which converts to 140 yards.
The distance around 4,791 square feet depends on whether it is a square, a rectangle, or a really long, narrow rectangle.
From what i understand, there are 2 yards to enclose with fencing, both of which are rectangular in shape. Am i correct?The rule for calculating the perimeter (that is what they are asking you to calculate) for a rectangle islength + length + width + widthThen, the amount of fencing required to fence the front yard will be65 + 65 + 45 + 45 = 220 feetFor the back yard, the amount of fencing that is required will be35 + 35 + 45 + 45 = 160 feet
Depends entirely on the length and width. If it's square then 40 feet, but otherwise just add the length and width and double your answer...
If the area is a square then a minimum of 1,104.4 feet of fencing would be needed.
At least 31.77 square yards are needed.
Approx. 408.4 feet.
If the garden is rectangular shape then the perimeter (total length of all sides) would be 80 feet. If you divide that by3 you would have 26.667 yards. So it sounds as though it would require at least more 2 yards of fencing.
20 feet = 6.66 yards 40 feet = 13.33 yards therefore the amount of carpet needed is 6.66 * 13.33 which equals 88.88 square yards
1 SY = 9 SF. 1800SF * (1SQ / 9SF) = 200SY