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A planner for an electronics supplier plots a grid on a map and finds that its three biggest customers are located at $A(0,0), B(60,0)$ and $C(20,50),$ where units are in $\mathrm{km}$. If the supplier builds a warehouse at the point $W(x, y),$ express the sum $S$ of the distances from $W$ to $A, B,$ and $C$ as a function of $x$ and $y .$ See Fig. $29.5 .$ (Hint: Use the distance formula given in Section $21.1 .)$

Calculus 3

Chapter 29

Partial Derivatives and Double Integrals

Section 1

Functions of Two Variables

Partial Derivatives

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So if we are graphing to three dimensional points you first Sirkin want or why access XX ISS Z axis, the actual order of them doesn't matter. You'll get the same answers. So our first point of call P will be 50 and 10. We'll go over five on the X axis and an up 10 on disease will be room here circle. Probably make that different colors. That'll be RP. Next will be Q, which is three negative six and seven, which will be around here three dimensionally Now, if you will find the distance between those points going to use the distance formula and take square root of three minus five squared plus negative six minus zero square waas seven minus 10 squared that will simplify down to negative to negative six and negative three, which will come out to be a little seven.

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