This calculus lesson shows you how to solve problems involving optimization of finding 2 numbers. This is one of the many uses of the derivative rules and in finding the critical numbers of the function.

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This is a review of operations with radicals. Simplifying, adding/subtracting, multiplying radicals and rationalizing the denominator are reviewed.

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