simplified the initial cost function ...
$C(v) = 1375\left(\dfrac{44.5}{v} + \dfrac{14.9}{180-v}\right)$
minimum cost occurs
$v(t) = \cos{t}+\sin{t} \implies a(t) = \cos{t}-\sin{t} \implies a\left(\dfrac{3\pi}{4}\right) = -\sqrt{2}$
skeeter Today, 09:26This is actually a proof of (ii) $\Rightarrow$ (iii) in Lemma 3.2. So we are assuming that (ii) holds. In particular, since $\overline{ f(A) }$ is closed
Opalg Today, 04:14Sorry I'm late but my favorite WiFi Hangouts told me to leave.
So $a(t)=\sin{t}-\cos(t)$ .
Then plug in
$a\left( \dfrac{3\pi}{4}\right)
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Sara jj Today, 16:55Could you give me a hint how to explain this example?
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