You have to find out the width and length of the garden by using the information giving in the problem.

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let W and L is the width and the length of the garden we have; W=L/3 and 2(W+L)=40 -->>>  W+L=20

-->>  L/3+L=20  -->>>  4L/3=20  -->>  4L=60  -->>>  L=60/4 = 15  so length=15 feet

because W=L/3 then W=15/3=5  so width = 5 feet
answered Jan 23 by tadinn Level 5 User (13,160 points)

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