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I only help with parts B and C

what do you have for part A ?

i ask because PartB and C depend on part A

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I have P = 2(4+L^2)/L

@mahima2558 do you have the same for part A?

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\[\large P = \dfrac{2(4+L^2)}{L}\]
looks good

so for part b, is L=0 the only asymptote

and I'm not sure what I can say about the rectangle from that

Look at the graph of P
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x axis is L
y axis is P

what do you notice in the graph as you increase L ?

P increases?

Yes, what happens if you increase L too much

P also increases and the rectangle looks as if it is a thin line, yes ?
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yes

just explain that in ur own words for part b

also explain what happens to P and how the rectangle looks as you make L very low

ok that makes sense

for part c do i use the graph to find the value of L and W were P would be the least?

that will do!

the minimum value of the graph is (2,8) so that means the length is 2 and the perimeter is 8

so the width would be 2 as well?

ok great, thank you

yw!