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**BrandiLeigh** I have been over and over this problem for 3 days, and I cannot get it right. Can someone please set me up with the right equation to work it out?

*"An architect designs a rectangle flower garden such that the width is exactly two-thirds of the length. If 260 feet of antique picket fencing ate to be used to enclose the garden, find the dimensions of the garden."*

The back of the book states that the Lenth is 78 and the Width is 52, of course the actual work is not in there and I cannot figure out how to come up with those numbers.

I have been trying to use **260=2L+2(2/3)**, I desperately need help.