IF X AND Y =K,(K>0) THEN SHOW THAT XY IS MAXIMUM WHEN X=Y, WHERE X AND Y ARE POSITIVE

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IF X AND Y =K,(K>0) THEN SHOW THAT XY IS MAXIMUM WHEN X=Y, WHERE X AND Y ARE POSITIVE

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Answer on Question #44042 Math GeometryABC is a triangle in which AB=AC=4 cm and angle A=90 degrees. Calculate the area of triangle ABC.SolutionThe Area of triangle ABC is calculated by the following formula:1212 = || || = 4 4

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