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1. Lagrange Multiplier
Could anyone work through this example for me?

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Much appreciated
2. Re: Lagrange Multiplier
(Original post by marcell_)
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Okay, so the first step is to formulate your constraint. From the information given, can you form one?
3. Re: Lagrange Multiplier
(Original post by Groat)
Okay, so the first step is to formulate your constraint. From the information given, can you form one?
g2 (x,y) = x + y – 300 = 0

Would that be correct?
4. Re: Lagrange Multiplier
Sticking with the notation:

5. Re: Lagrange Multiplier
(Original post by marcell_)
Could anyone work through this example for me?

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Much appreciated
Do you have the answer to the question? Because I am trying to work it out but I am not sure if I have done it correctly. Thanks
6. Re: Lagrange Multiplier
(Original post by Groat)
Sticking with the notation:

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7. Re: Lagrange Multiplier
(Original post by marcell_)
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Can you write the first function in terms of and only? Once you can, you can then apply the Lagrange technique.

(Original post by ryanboi)
Do you have the answer to the question? Because I am trying to work it out but I am not sure if I have done it correctly. Thanks
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I'm pretty sure that's correct!