help me with this lagrange multipliers word problem

help me with this lagrange multipliers word problem

Postby Guest » Tue Mar 19, 2024 9:15 pm

Hello. I need help solving this question , i cannot find the function and constrains .
Could you please help me?
the question is :Study the maximum area of the triangle inscribed in the circle with radius R > 0.
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Re: help me with this lagrange multipliers word problem

Postby Guest » Wed Mar 27, 2024 7:52 am

To find the maximum area of the triangle inscribed in a circle with radius R, we need to consider that the triangle will be an equilateral triangle. This is because the equilateral triangle maximizes the area among all triangles inscribed in a given circle.
In an equilateral triangle inscribed in a circle, the radius R of the circle is also the altitude of the triangle, and each side of the triangle is 2R. The area A of an equilateral triangle is given by the formula:
A=√3/4×(side length)^2
Substituting 2R for the side length, we get:
A=√3/4×(2R)^2
A=√3/4×4R^2
A=√3×R^2
So, the maximum area of the triangle inscribed in the circle with radius R is √3×R^2.

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