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The perimeter of a rectangle is 2*A + 2*B. What does 80ft + 90ft equal?

By the way, don't forget to subtract 3 feet for the gate, the textbook always forgets that somebody needs to be able to get into the garden to pull weeds and pick the veggies.

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88 feet? unless you add a Gate? 3 foot or 4 foot Which would require 85 or 84 feet of fence

You will need 47.6 feet of fencing. Just add 13 + 13 + 10.8 + 10.8 together.

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A woman would like to surround her 100 square foot garden with a fence how long would the fence be on each side?

The cost to make a fence around your pool is going to cost around $15-$19 per linear foot, depending on what material you use for your fence. With most fences being around 30-60 feet, the lowest cost will be $450 (if you go with the less expensive material, and only a 30 foot fence), all the way up to $1140 (that is a 60 foot fence for $19 per foot of material).So the cost of your fence can range anywhere between $450-$1140, depending on how big and what materials are used.

A privacy fence will vary depending on materials and size. A 25 linear foot privacy fence that is wood will run around 500 dollars.

one foot for each foot of perimeter.

About Four To Five Feet For A Above Ground Pool. with a five foot fence For And Underground About Five Feet deep with a five foot fence also.

Bisecting the garden this way creates 2 right triangles. The diagonal fence is the hypotenuse of the right triangle, so it's length is calculated as such: 352+702=c2 1225+4900=6125 c2=6125 c=78.26237 Mr. green needs about 78 feet of fencing. Since he must round UP to compete the fence, he should purchase 79 feet.

If you have a fenced in yard (NOT CAIN link fence) or have 2 or more people make a foot- foot fence.

A four to five-foot fence is sufficient, if it's just for cows. If you want to keep deer as well, you will need a six-foot-tall fence.

A 2 foot fence it tall enough.

This question depends a lot on the size of the fence needed, and how much power it will take to discourage them from touching it. Energizers for the fence will start around 40.00 (USD) and go up from there. Wire will cost from 0.25 (USD) per foot and go up from there, plus you will need insulators, stands, etc..etc.. An average "Garden Kit" for dogs, rabbits, etc. will run about 150.00 (USD). Of course these prices go up with selections, solar energizers cost more, batteries for them, plus the storage box.

1432 divided by 4 equals 358, which is the number of 4-foot sections of fence. Since the fence must be terminated on both ends, add one more post to terminate the last section. Thus, the answer is 359 posts.

You need 1962.5 fence posts.

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starts at about $12.00 per foot for pine

Specifying the area inside the fence doesn't tell you the dimensions, and the length of fence needed to enclose it (the perimeter) depends on the shape. -- The minimum fence that can enclose 1 acre is 740 feet (73 fence posts), around a circle with a diameter of 236 feet. -- The minimum fence that can enclose 1 acre with straight sides is 834 feet (83 fence posts), around a square with 208.7-foot sides. -- If it has straight sides but it's rectangular (not square), then the bigger the difference is between the length and width, the more fence (and posts) you need. For example, if the pasture is 6-ft wide and 7,260-ft long, it's exactly one acre, the horses have to stand in single-file while they graze, and it takes 14,532 feet of fence (1,453 fence posts) to enclose it.

well im not a specialist , but 6 foot fence should be more than enough

Measure all the lengths of the shape that you wish to enclose using the fence and add them together.

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Many insurance companies will require at least a 4 foot locking fence around the pool. Even if the company decides to write they policy, they may exclude liability coverage due to the pool being onthe property. Read you.r policy carefully and shop around.

Yes, depending on how deep the pool is and how tall it is. Call your city before purchasing a pool. We bought our kids a 3.5 foot pool to find out we weren't aloud to have one without a fence.

A split rail fence will cost approximately 4 dollars per foot. The cost of the entire split rail fence will be dependent upon the length of the split rail fence.

Most likely, but buying a 6 foot garden gnome is usually just for freaks like /you/. Usually.