It can enclose any area between zero and 795 square yards.
If the field is 49.9999 yards long and 0.0001 yard wide, then the perimeter is 100 yards
and the area is 0.0049999 square yard.
The greatest possible enclosed area with a given amount of fence and straight sides is a square. With 100 yards
of fence, the square that's 25 yards on a side encloses 625 square yards of land.
The greatest possible enclosed area with a given amount of fence and any shape is a circle. With 100 yards of fence,
the circle with a circumference of 100 yards has a diameter of 31.83 yards, and encloses an area of 795.77 square yards. (the number is rounded)
its simple all needs 10,000 ft to enclose her garden
If you are calculating a rectangular yard with two sides each of 20 yards and two shorter sides each of 15 yards the total length of fence required would be 20 yards + 20 yards + 15 yards + 15 yards which = 70 yards of fence.
Perimeter = the distance around the edge of the field; how much fence it takes to enclose the field. Area = how much land-surface the field covers, i.e. how many corn-stalks can be planted on it. ================================= Perimeter: the distance around the edge of the floor in the room. Area: how much carpet it takes to cover the floor.
70 yds. (must factor in gates)
The minimum amount of cardboard required to enclose a volume of 15 cubic yards is 29.41 sq yards. That is for a spherical shape - perhaps not the most practical shape! A cardboard cube will require 36.49 sq yards. There is no maximum amount since you could increase the area without limit while reducing the height.
88 feet? unless you add a Gate? 3 foot or 4 foot Which would require 85 or 84 feet of fence
Square yards is a measure of area. Yards is a measure of distance. They don't translate.
yards is a unit of length, not of area.
The perimeter of a rectangle measuring 20 yards by 15 yards is 2*20 + 2*15 = 40 + 30 = 70 yards.
yes ,becaus you need to know how much fence you need