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### exam2_yam_farmers

Course: M 212, Fall 2009
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212 Math Exam 2 Spring 00 Kerckhove Name Pledge 1. Two farmers, husband and wife, wish to purchase a eld in which to grow yams. The eld is rectangular in shape and lies in a valley between a riverbed and a hillside. The Farmers estimate that land located x feet from the edge of the eld nearest the river has value 250 0.15x dollars per square foot. The edge of the eld nearest the river is 1000 feet long while...

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