Never mind, I found the solution: the trick is to use the first constraint and substitute it in the given function. Then, you get a new function under only one constraint
I hope it's correct!
Hello to everybody. I'm totally desparate about a problem I'm trying to solve and can't. Could anybody help me?
I want to minimize the quadratic function
under the constraints
using the Kuhn-Tucker theorem... I'm troubled when I find a value of y that must be equal to z and I can't find the minimum...