Exer. 3962: Find the solutions of the equation that are in the interval [0, 2).
L29 - 2 To Solve an Optimization Problem 1. Read the problem carefully to determine the quantity Q that you are trying to optimize, and the conditions involved. 2. Draw a sketch if possible and assign symbols to known and unknown quantities. 3. Find the function representing the quantity to be optimized (Q): the Primary Function (Object Function) 4. If necessary, ﬁnd an equation relating the variables involved (the Constraint)a dw eheriya function as the function of a single variable. 5. Use calculus to ﬁnd the desired maximum or minimum; check your result. You can use the ﬁrst or second derivative test, or the extreme value theorem if the domain is a closed interval.