Posted by **Brittany** on Monday, April 4, 2011 at 9:45am.

Suppose f(x,y) = A - (x^2 + Bx + y^2 +Cy). What values of A, B, and C give f(x,y) a local maximum value of 15 at the point (-2,1)?

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