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The city park shown at the right has an area of 6889 square meters. The park's length along Front Street is 83 meters. Find the length of the park along Second Avenue. The park is a triangle.

The park is not a rectangle, it is a triangle

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Without knowing some more information, such as either the angle between Front Street and Second Avenue or the length of the third side (or the picture "shown at the right"), this question is impossible to answer.

I can say that it must be at least 186 meters.

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SOURCE: The city park shown at the right has an area of

Since I can't see the figure, I'm going to assume the park is rectangular. You are given the length along one side (Front St).

For a rectangle, area A = S1 * S2, where S1=Front St length=83 m, and S2=unknown Second Ave.

Rearrange the equation: S2 = A / S1 = 6889 sq m / 83 m.

Solve for S2 and you'll have the length along Second Ave.

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