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Growing a Garden

4 gardens

Bridget, Jessica, Stacey, and Travis are planting flowers in their gardens. Each person has chosen the shape of his or her garden and has chosen a single flower color for the garden.

  • The area of Bridget's and Jessica's gardens is the same, but the perimeter of Bridget's garden is greater than that of Jessica's.
  • The actual number of feet in the perimeter of Bridget's garden is equal to the number of square feet in Travis's garden.
  • The perimeter of Travis's garden is greater than the perimeter of Stacey's garden.
  • The area of Stacey's garden is less than the area of Jessica's garden.

Which garden belongs to which person?
What are the area and perimeter of each person's garden?


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