I don't understand this. It can be seen that P as at 4/3 and that l is at 26/3 by writing l as a function of P, setting the derivative equal to 0 and solving. So I have no idea what all these A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H and I are for and can't figure it out from looking that over.

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lis at 26/3 by writing l as a function of P, setting the derivative equal to 0 and solving. So I have no idea what all these A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H and I are for and can't figure it out from looking that over.Log in to reply