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Cacastro

  • one year ago

The product is 192 and the sum is minimum.

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  1. Arfney
    • one year ago
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    at least what? The lowest value it can be?

  2. mary.rojas
    • one year ago
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    so yeah the lowest value..... well start off by listing all the possible pairs that have a product of 192

  3. mary.rojas
    • one year ago
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    sooo... like 12*16 and continue on

  4. Arfney
    • one year ago
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    I would break it down into prime numbers, and then use the entire list of prime numbers and multiply them together to make two numbers that make up 192. Then after a few you should have all of the numbers that could make up in a chart, and you can pick the two that add up to make the lowest number.

  5. Ahmad1
    • one year ago
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    x times y =192\[\rightarrow\] y=192/x x+y=s \[\rightarrow\] x+(192/x)=s ,, and then dervive both sides when you know s is a constant you get x=\[\sqrt{192}\] is a local and absolute minimum

  6. mary.rojas
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    lol this question is from a week ago

  7. Ahmad1
    • one year ago
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    how embarrassing :S

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