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A construction company has adjoined a $1000 \mathrm{ft}^2$ rectangular enclosure to its office building. Three sides of the enclosure are fenced in. The side of the building adjacent to the enclosure is $100 \mathrm{ft}$ long and a portion of this side is used as the fourth side of the enclosure. Let $x$ and $y$ be the dimensions of the enclosure, where $x$ is measured parallel to the building, and let $L$ be the length of fencing required for those dimensions.

Find a formula for $L$ in terms of $x$ and $y$.

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1 of 6For part a, we will have to find the formula of $\text{L}$ by using the given values.

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