Friday, October 30, 2009

Fox 93


8 comments:

  1. http://i34.tinypic.com/sxzxwy.gif

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  2. ROD must be the smallest length touching two wall and corner, because it has to enter and leave

    and answer is D
    solution is below

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  3. Yes, that's it!
    Now you can use the same logic for Fox 94. Where do you think the rod must touch to achieve the max length. Then minimize that function.

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  4. for fox 94
    it is the same just adding 16 -does not change d/dx-

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  5. newzad, i disagree.
    fox 94 must have a different solution. the rod must be diagonal to get the max length.

    -binary

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  6. yes you are right
    for the rod be diagonal, plus dimension must be 4
    For Fox 94 think the rod as a rectangle touching the corner and walls
    you will agree me

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  7. i will post my reply to fox 94. you can check that out.
    -binary

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