Maximum of a two variables function

Joan shared this question 1 week ago
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Hello,

Could anyone help me with an example of the syntax to calculate the maximums and minimums of a two variable's function f(x,y) over an interval x [-0,100], y [0,100]. I've unsuccessfully

tried different options.

Thanks in adavance!

Joan

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perhaps:abc178c637ddafe03b93501eb34ff6f0

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Hello alfabeta2, you plot a two variable's function, but you don't include the calculation of its maximum and minimum points.

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Hello,

perhaps you find this in https://www.geogebra.org/material/show/id/dJYx9xRe

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Hello,

@Joan Give me your function and I'll try to help you

Roman

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Thanks @Roman Chijner. It was a general question. I was asking if there's is a way in Geogebra to calculate the maximums and minimums of a two variable function.

Something like Maxium(f(x,y),[0,1],[0,1])

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Hi,

There are various commands for the one-dimensional function. For two-dimensional, there is no.

For example, in https://www.geogebra.org/material/show/id/qgkntRud, you can study, using Extrema lines, the problem of finding these extremes.

Roman Chijner

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Thanks Roman!

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try system of equations with partial diferentiates. then hessian matrix or calculus near solutions

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