This is one line in an optimization problem… x2[3600+(200-x)2 ] = (200-x)2(8100+x2) According to the book it should equal… 3600x2 = 8100(200-x)2 I can’t see how!
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Originally Posted by NFZ17 This is one line in an optimization problem… x2[3600+(200-x)2 ] = (200-x)2(8100+x2) According to the book it should equal… 3600x2 = 8100(200-x)2 I can’t see how! Is it ??
Yeah that's it, sorry I copied and pasted from a word doc!!
Originally Posted by NFZ17 This is one line in an optimization problem… x2[3600+(200-x)2 ] = (200-x)2(8100+x2) According to the book it should equal… 3600x2 = 8100(200-x)2 I can’t see how! Multiplying these out, we get... therefore, since is common to both sides..
Thanks a million! totally missed that!
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