Since the only number given in the question is a linear measure, it must refer to the perimeter of the rectangle: it cannot refer to its area. So, number of feet of fencing required to enclose a rectangle with a 44 ft perimeter is 44 ft! That is what a perimeter means!
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625 square feet.. the area would be a square rectangle with 25 feet of fencing on each side.
18 meters of fencing. You simply need to find the circumference of the rectangle.
The circumference of a rectangle is 2*(length+width), so 2*(18+23) = 2*(41) = 82 Therefore, 82 feet of fencing is required to enclose the garden.
It depends on what the whole numbers are. Be more specific
What do you mean by "largest" ??? Do you want the widest rectangle ? The longest rectangle ? How about the rectangle with the most area ? The length can be anything less than 20 ft, and the width can be anything less than 20 ft. Any of those shapes will have an area greater than zero. The rectangular garden with the greatest possible area is a square, 10 ft x 10 ft. Its area is 100 square feet.
If the acreage is a square, you'll need 6,467 feet of fencing to enclose the area.
1 yd=3 ft. 16 yd= 48 ft. 294 - 48 = 246. 246 < 250, so the answer is NO.
you need to find the dimensions of the backyard. if it's fencing, it's most likely going around 3 sides of your backyard (the 4th side is your house). so 2 times length, then add width.