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 Plans for dog kennels 2017-01-04 From Pat:So... I'm trying to draw up a plan for my new kennel buildings. They are going to built out of grain bins. I know, cool,... right. Anyway the kennels will be along the outside of the circle and be shaped like wedges. the center will be a play area. All of the kennel sides are 6 ft in length so the size of the gate will determine how many kennels I can fit in each bin. If I want to put an odd number of kennels in and I cant draw a straight line across to make all of the wedges the same size... how do I figure out the angles...degrees ? maybe i'm making it too hard but i'd like to give the dogs as much space as i can. I did up some ... attached.Answered by Harley Weston. A kennel for a beagle 2013-06-03 From david:Hi, I'm building some beagle kennels and I am in need of help with an angle problem. I need to place a roof on my kennel with a drop of 2inches across 3ft 10inches. ﻿the posts on ﻿the right side will be 5ft and ﻿the post on ﻿the left will be 4ft 10in. ﻿the posts are 4x4 and ﻿the space to be covered is 3ft 10in from ﻿the outside of ﻿the 4x4. Please help, thanks.Answered by Penny Nom. A kennel with 3 individual pens 2009-01-06 From Jean:An animal clinic wants to construct a kennel with 3 individual pens, each with a gate 4 feet wide and an area of 90 square feet. The fencing does not include the gates. Write a function to express the fencing as a function of x. Find the dimensions for each pen, to the nearest tenth of a foot that would produce the required area of 90 square feet but would use the least fencing. What is the minimum fencing to the nearest tenth?Answered by Harley Weston.

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