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Answer on Calculus Question for nate ruiz

Question #35970
given the function g(t1,t2) = 2/(t1t2) + t1t2 + t1,

Show that there is no solution to the problem of minimizing this function over t1>0, t2>0. Can g(t1,t2) ever be smaller than 2sqrt2?
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