Hello, alden35!

Is some information missing?

The problem does not have a unique solution.

The dimensions of a garden are in whole numbers.

If the length is reduced by 3 and the width reduced 1, the area is reduced by half.

What is the area of original rectangle?

Let = the length

and = the width.

We have: .

Solve for

Assuming that , I still getpossible areas.two

. .