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SOLUTION It is important in a problem of this kind to introduce a variable Let x be the side length of the squares that are to be cut from the sheet of cardboard Then the side length of the resulting box will be 12 2x (see Fig 313) Also the height of the box will be x As a result, the volume of the box will be V (x) = x (12 2x) (12 2x) = 144x 48x 2 + 4x 3 Our job is to maximize this function V 12 _ 2x
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Now V (x) = 144 96x + 12x 2 We may solve the quadratic equation 144 96x + 12x 2 = 0 to nd the critical points for this problem Using the quadratic formula, we nd that x = 2 and x = 6 are the critical points Now V (x) = 96 + 24x Since V (2) = 48 < 0, we conclude that x = 2 is a local maximum for the problem In fact we can sketch a graph of V (x) using ideas from calculus and see that x = 2 is a global maximum We conclude that if squares of side 2 are cut from the sheet of cardboard then a box of maximum volume will result Observe in passing that if squares of side 6 are cut from the sheet then (there will be no cardboard left!) the resulting box will have zero volume This value for x gives a minimum for the problem CHAPTER 3 Applications of the Derivative
EXAMPLE 39
A rectangular garden is to be constructed against the side of a garage The gardener has 100 feet of fencing, and will construct a threesided fence; the side of the garage will form the fourth side What dimensions will give the garden of greatest area SOLUTION Look at Fig 314 Let x denote the side of the garden that is perpendicular to the side of the garage Then the resulting garden has width x feet and length 100 2x feet The area of the garden is A(x) = x (100 2x) = 100x 2x 2

