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There are infinitely many options.

Let L â‰¥ sqrt(800) inches. There are infinitely many possible values of L since it can be as large as you like.

Let B = 800/L inches

Then L â‰¥ B and L*B = 800 sq inches.

So there are infinitely many dimensions that will give a rectangle of 800 sq inches.

And then there are other shapes, regular and irregular, including ones with totally random wiggles in its sides, whose areas are 800 sq inches.

Q: What are the dimensions of 800 square inches?

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