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Lecture # 12 to 17
Due date: May 27, 2014
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Q1: Find three positive numbers whose sum is 54 and whose product is as large as possible. Marks = 10
Q2: Let and R is the triangular region with vertices (0, 0), (2, 0) and (2, 2). Find the interior and boundary points only at which the absolute extrema of f(x, y) can occur. Marks = 10
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dear i get (o,o) critical point in interior of the domain
it is possible that interior point could be 0,0
result how to get the value of the funtion f(0,0)
plz check answer is right
Question 1
ans f(x,y)=xy(54-x-y)
diff partially w.r.t 'x' and 'y' we get
f_x (x,y)=54y-2xy-((y)^(2)... (i)
f_y (x,y)=54-x-x^2-2xy...... (ii)
putting f_x=0,f_y=0
we get
x=18,y=18
since given that
x+y+z=54
so z=18
thus
x=18,y=18,z=18
Again partially diff w.r.t x,y
f_xx = -2y,f_xx(18,18)= -36
f_yy = -2x,f_yy(18,18)= -36
f_xy = 54-2x-2y f_xy(18,18)= -18
product will be max
D = f_xx (18,18) f_yy (18,18) f^2 (18,18)
D= (-36)(-36)-(18)^2
D= 1296-324
D= 972>0
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kindly koi 2nd ques ka ans bta dy i have done but answer is not conform....
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suppose vertices are O(0,0),A(2,0),B(2,2)
For interior points with respect to x:
f(x)=(3x^2)-3y (a)
Interior points with respect y:
f(y)3-3x (b)
for the boundary points we take on the segment OA
y=0
U(x)=f(x,0)=x^3
Regarded as function of x denied on the closed interval (2<=x<=2) its extreme value may be occur at the end point x=2 and so on which corresponded to the point (2,0) and (2,2)
U’(x)=3x^2=0
On segment OB x=0 and V(y)=(0,y)=3y
Using symmetric form possible points are also these (0,0)(2,0)(2,2)
The interior point of AB y=2-x
Fy=x^3+3(2-x)-3x(2-x)
Fy=(x^3)-3(x^2)-9x+6
Take derivative
Fy’=3x^2-7x
Points are (2,2)
u did it wrong Aisha
x^2+3y-3xy
fx(x,y)=2x-3y
fy(x,y)=3-3x
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