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Q: Alex is making a rectangular garden and wants a fence around it. He wants the length of the garden to be 3 feet longer than the width. He can afford only 150 feet of fence. What is the greatest possib?

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The greatest possible area is 90 square feet.

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length = 22 meters and width = 6 meters

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