Posted by **Abigail** on Friday, May 13, 2011 at 1:43am.

Assume you wish to make a box whose base is a rectangle with one side twice as long as the other side and whose volume is 100 m^3. What would the minimum surface area be, if there is a minimum surface area?

b) Under the same sceenerio as in (a), what would the maximum surface area be, if ter is one?

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