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Find the maximum value of $$2x + 2\sqrt{x(1-x)}$$ when $$0 \leq x \leq 1.$$

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I messed up, view Alan's answer below.

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edited by hugomimihu  Jun 23, 2020
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Hmm!

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Ooh. Need to let Alan the Grapher do this one.

I'm not experienced enough!

I'll delete my answer now.

hugomimihu  Jun 23, 2020
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Differentiate the expression with respect to x.  Set the result to zero and find the value of x which makes it zero.  Plug this value back in to the first expression to find the maximum value of the expression.

Alan  Jun 23, 2020
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hi alan! thanks for answering. what do you mean by differentiate the expression though?

Guest Jun 23, 2020
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Differentiate the equation is calculus...

I haven't learned that but I'm learning it now with my Algebra brain...

https://www.mathsisfun.com/calculus/differential-equations.html

hugomimihu  Jun 23, 2020
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In calculus the slope of a curve is obtained by a process called differentiation.  If you haven't done any calculus then clearly you can't obtain the maximum this way!  What way have you been taught to obtain the maximum?

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Ah, I'll assume you were talking to guest...

i haven't learned this yet so I thought using algebra was enough...

apparently not!

lesson learned, don't replace calculus with algebra.... thanks newton.

hugomimihu  Jun 23, 2020