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# Dimensions of an aquarium An aquarium of height 1.5 feet is to have a volume of 6 . Let

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Problem 2.4.68

Dimensions of an aquarium An aquarium of height 1.5 feet is to have a volume of 6 . Let x denote the length of the base and y the width (see the figure).(a) Express y as a function of x.(b) Express the total number S of square feet of glass needed as a function of x.

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