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posted by Tony .
Among all pairs of numbers whose difference is 88, find a pair whose product is as small as possible.

I bet one of the numbers is zero.

44 and 44.

This can also be solved by doing:
xy = 88
min x*y.
x = 88+y, so you get
minimize x^2+88x,
which can be done with calculus.
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