The Concept Series Quantitative Aptitude CAT 2018 (TCS) UNIT 2: Algebra MODULE 1: Algebra Fundamentals Part 5: Product Maximization & Sum Minimization Anupam Mishra IIM Lucknow

The Concept Series(TCS) UNIT 1: NUMBERS UNIT 4: GEOMETRY UNIT 2: ALGEBRA UNIT 3: ARITHMETIC MENSURA ON UNIT 5: MODERN MATHS UNIT 9 MODULES Module 1 Algebra Module 3 Module 6 Module 2 Module 4 Co-ordinate Inequalitieseometry. Module 5 Functions & Graphs. Logarithms, Surds, & Indices FundamentalsQuadratics & Remainder Theorem & & LinearPolynomials.hn Equations Module 7: Series & Progressions Module 8: Miscellaneous Concepts

Concept to be Discussed: 1. 2. Product maximization given sum constraints Sum Minimization given Product constraints

Product maximization given sum constraints: Ta Product "abcdmaximi 152553 --> Maximised These 3 hawe to be eaual to maxim Produ

Sum Minimization given Product constraints: 2 Concebt Given hat a.b.c.d k For Find mi.valua

Concept Rating Speed Enhancer Essential Concept no. C.1 G.2 C.2

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Aniket Rajput

6 months ago

Which book should I read for this chapter and World History?

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Gauri Dalvi

3 months ago

Hello Sir, You have been doing such a wonderful job by helping the MBA Aspirants with the Quant Prep.
The content in all of your videos is worth watching. These videos should be renamed as "Learning made easy by Anupam Sir". I really was going to leave Algebra for CAT 2018 prep as I couldn't understand Algebra at all, after watching your videos I think you have not left no option for me to not study Algebra!! You are simply great Sir! Thank you and keep making such videos!!:) God bless you:)

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Gauri Dalvi

3 months ago

you have not left any option*

Hamdan

4 months ago

bro ur hair is good,like marcelo

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Anupam Mishra

4 months ago

Haha. Thanks. But I play right wing. 🙂

Shivam Johar

6 months ago

In second concept , u first write k raise to the power 1/4 ..but while solving question u write k raise to the power 2 ...is the first one was mistake ??

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Anupam Mishra

6 months ago

Hey Shivam. The power depends on the no. of variables.
In the 1st case, the no. of variables is 4 (a,b,c,&d) hence 1/4. In the second case no. of variables is just 2 (a, b), hence 1/2.
Is it clear now?

Shivam Johar

6 months ago

yes sir ...thanks 🙂

Anupam Mishra

6 months ago

🙂