# Answer on Calculus Question for yamada

Question #38331

Minimize the function f subject to two constraints:f(x,y,z)=xyz on the intersection of x^2+y^2-1=0 and x-z=0

Here we have two constraints g1=0 and g2=0 and thus need two multipliers λ and μ and the system becomes ∇f =λ∇g1+μ∇g2, g1=0 , g2=0.

Here we have two constraints g1=0 and g2=0 and thus need two multipliers λ and μ and the system becomes ∇f =λ∇g1+μ∇g2, g1=0 , g2=0.

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