Solve this problem:

Divide the number ten in to two positive parts so that thesumof thefirst number in the power of threeand thesecond number in the power of twois as small as possible.

Tip:

You are dividing ten like so, X + y = 10

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- May 10th 2010, 09:06 PMKane535Minimisation problem.
Solve this problem:

Divide the number ten in to two positive parts so that the**sum**of the**first number in the power of three**and the**second number in the power of two**is as small as possible.

Tip:

You are dividing ten like so, X + y = 10 - May 10th 2010, 11:10 PMmr fantastic