# Extrema on a surface Show that the only possible maxima ## Problem 11AAE Chapter 13.AAE

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Problem 11AAE

Extrema on a surface Show that the only possible maxima and minima of z on the surface occur at (0, 0) and (3, 3). Show that neither a maximum nor a minimum occurs at (0, 0). Determine whether z has a maximum or a minimum at (3, 3).

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