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RE: How find the max value of the one 3D function in a interval?



Try this:

FindMinimum[w[x,y],{x,0},{y,-1}]

The values x0 and yo in FindMinimum[f,{x,x0},{y,y0}] are starting
values. See the Mathematica book for further details.

Hope this helps,


**************************************** Jean-Marie THOMAS
Conseil et Audit en Inginierie de Calcul Strasbourg, France
****************************************

-----Original Message-----
From: Fernando Marcos Santana Barreto [mailto:barreto@fec.unicamp.br]
To: mathgroup@smc.vnet.net
Subject: [mg11844] [mg11819] How find the max value of the one 3D function in a
interval?



I have one function


w[x_,y_] := Sin[x]*Cos[y];

and I need to get the max value of the function in a determinate
interval

for example


{x,0,1},{y,-1,0}
How can I do that?





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