Let us consider the square of sides 'a.'
The Perimeter of square = Summation of all sides
= a + a + a + a
= 4 * a
The Perimeter is given as 1000m
1000 = 4 * a
a = 250m = each side of the square
Area of square:
A = a2
A = 2502
A = 62500m2
Hence if the shape the of the plot is square then the area that can be covered with the
fencing of 1000m is 62500m2
Let the two sides of the rectangle be 'a' and 'b'
Case I: Let side b = 2 * a i.e. the sides are in the ratio of 2:1
The Perimeter of rectangle = sum of all sides
= 2 * (a + b)
Here b = 2a
P = 2 * (a + 2a)
1000 = 2 * (3 * a)
a = 166.6m and
b = 2 * 166.6 = 333.2m
Area of rectangle
A = a * b
A = 166.6 * 333.2
A = 55511m2
Hence if the shape the of the plot is rectangular with sides in the ratio of 2:1 then the area that can be covered with the fencing of 1000m is 55511m2.
Case II : Let the sides be in the ratio of 3:2 i.e. b = 1.5 * a
P = 2 * (a + b)
1000 = 2 * ( a + 1.5 * a)
1000 = 5 * a
a = 200m
b = 1.5 * a = 300m
Area of rectangle
A = a * b
A = 200 * 300
A = 60000m2
Hence if the shape the of the plot is rectangular with sides in the ratio of 3:2 then the area that can be covered with the fencing of 1000m is 60000m2.
The equilateral triangle has three sides of the equal lengths.
Here the three sides of triangle (a) will have length as:
Total length of fencing/ 3
a = 1000/3
a = 333.3m
The area of equilateral triangle is given by:
A = * Base * Height
A = * a * H
The height of equilateral triangle is given by:
sin60 = H/ side of triangle (a)
H = sin60 * 333.3
(Angle 60o is the internal angle of the equilateral triangle)
H = 289m
A = * 333.3 * 289
A = 48098m2
Hence if the shape the of the...
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