# SOLUTION: Honestly I do not know where to begin with this question I am really stuck, Since 1988 basic yacht dimensions for the America’s cup competition have satisfied the inequality L+1

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 Question 296057: Honestly I do not know where to begin with this question I am really stuck, Since 1988 basic yacht dimensions for the America’s cup competition have satisfied the inequality L+1.25√S-9.8^3√D≤16.296 NOTE- after the 9.8 the cubed is above the square root not the 8 Where L is the boat’s length in meters (m), S is the sail area in square meters, and D is the displacement in cubic meters. A team of naval architects is planning to build a boat with a displacement of 21.44 cubic meters (m^3), a sail area of 320.13 square meters (m^2) and a length of 21.22 m. Does this boat satisfy the inequality? If the length and displacement of this boat cannot be changed, then how many square meters of sail area must be removed so that the boat satisfies the inequality?Answer by richwmiller(9143)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Do you mean ? That is not cubed but the opposite cube root.