Question

Find the minimum sum of two positive numbers (not necessarily integers) whose product is 600.

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Answer #1

First, we define the sum function. Then, using the known identities, we convert the sum function into a single variable.

Then, we conduct the usual 2nd derivative tests to find out the optimum value.

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