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3 April, 20:51

A rectangular garden measuring 13 meters by

15 meters is to have a gravel pathway of constant width built all

around it. There is enough gravel to cover 80 square meters or

less.

Enter an inequality that represents all possible widths (w), in

meters, of the pathway.

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  1. 3 April, 21:03
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    Yes indeed they did because of this they died
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