If A Fence Takes Up 2500 Linear Feet, What Is The Size Of A Property Of 180,000 Sq Ft Area To Nearest Foot?

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If A Fence Takes Up 2500 Linear Feet,  What Is The Size Of A Property Of 180,000 Sq Ft Area To Nearest Foot?

A fence surrounds a rectangular field that is 180,000 square feet in area. Two internal fences divide the field into three equal rectangular pens. If the fence takes up 2500 linear feet, what are the dimensions of the entire property  to nearest foot?

(A).    400 ft by 450 ft --or-- 225 ft by 800 ft

(B).    610 ft by 29 ft --or-- 15 ft by 1221 ft

(C).    6236 ft by 29 ft --or-- 14 ft by 12471 ft

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