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Homework Help: maths

Posted by John on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 4:48am.

Find the largest possible value of
sqrt[(x-20)(y-x)] + sqrt[(140-y)(20-x)] + sqrt[(x-y)(y-140)] if
-40<=x<=100 and -20<=y<=200

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