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Unformatted text preview: Math 1314 Homework 14  Page 1 of 3 Math 1314 Homework 14 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 14 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. 1. Problem 12.5.2: Write the function needed to solve the problem if you let x = the length of the sides perpendicular to the river. A. ( ) (3000 2 ) f x x x = B. ( ) (3000 ) f x x x = C. ( ) (1000 ) f x x x = D. ( ) (3000 3 ) f x x x = E. 3 ( ) 1500 2 f x x x = 2. Problem 12.5.2: What are the dimensions of the largest area that can be enclosed? A. 333 1/3 yards by 2000 yards B. 500 yards by 2000 yards C. 500 yards by 750 yards D. 1000 yards by 2000 yards E. 500 yards by 1500 yards 3. Problem 12.5.2: What is the maximum area? A. 600,667 square yards B. 750,000 square yards C. 2,000,000 square yards D. 1,750,000 square yards E. 1,000,000 square yards 4. Problem 12.5.4: Write the function needed to maximize the volume of the box....
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course MATH 1314 taught by Professor Marks during the Fall '08 term at University of Houston.
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