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find the maximum and minimum values of the given quadratic form subject to the constraint > x^2+y^2 = 1; , and determine the values of x and y at which the maximum and minimum occur.

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  1. KonradZuse
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    attachment coming.

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  2. RajshikharGupta
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    it is a locus of circle |dw:1355114104235:dw|

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    what does that say? I see the numbers, not the words....

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    you can also see that it shows those values and such for the other answers, I'm just curious how you get those?

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  6. RajshikharGupta
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    it just by graphical analysis but if desire u can do a hardwork to diff it equate it with zero taking two cases y=+/-((1-x^2) ^1/2)

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  7. RajshikharGupta
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    in both ways u will get SAME answer

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  8. KonradZuse
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    did you see my steps? Did I do it correctly?

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  9. RajshikharGupta
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    ya sure

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    so that's a yes or meh? haha....?

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  11. RajshikharGupta
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    what do u mean

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  12. KonradZuse
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    Did you see what I did?: I'm confused at what I'm doing and what the answer for max min etc etc is?

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  13. RajshikharGupta
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    yes show me

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  14. KonradZuse
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    http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/50c5663ce4b066f22e10fcaf-konradzuse-1355114348414-linkaws.png I posted this link above...

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    where is ur work i cant see

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