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Therefore after evaluating CPs, we must also evaluate the function along the boundary of its domain.
Find the absolute maximum value of the function
over the region D bounded by the points
The first step is to look for critical points Now we evaluate the function at (0,0) * we do not have to do the second derivative test here, since we are looking for an
absolute maximum, if it is a saddle point or a minimum, it means somewhere at the
boundary there will be a higher value that we can find during the second ste...
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