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xy=35 and only 7 and 5 are prime factors

X=5

Y=7

Z=8

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Multiply all the 3 equations.

Then Square of XYZ = 78400.

So XYZ = Sq root of 78400 = 280

Divide XYZ = 280 by each of 3 Equations and we will get value as under

X = 5, Y = 7 and Z = 8

sir i have a question please help 2x+3y+4z=1 x,y,z real positive numbers what is the minimum value of the

(1/x)+(1/y)+(1/z)

5,7,8 within 5 secs

Solved by observation in 6 seconds

Divide second equation by first, giving z/x = 8/5 => z = (8/5)x. Substituting this in the third equation

yields (8/5)x^2 = 40 => x^2 = 5 => x = +/-5. Working backwards, y = 35/x = +/-7, and z = (8/5x) = +/-8.

Nhân cả 3 lại với nhau sau đó căn bậc 2

Thì xyz = 280

Và xz = 40

=> y = 7

Can just multiply equations 2 and 3, (xy)z^2 = 56 * 40

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But here, I feel it can be done still simpler form like multiplying equ 1 and 3, then, we can get square of x is 25. So x is +/-5.

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xy = 35 => y = 35/x. (a)

yz = 56 => apply (a): (35/x)z = 56 => z = 56x/35 => z = 8x/5 (b)

zx = 40 => apply (b): (8x/5)x = 40 => 8x² = 200 => x² = 25 => x = +/- √25 => x = +/- 5 (c)

(c) in (a) => y = 35/(+/- 5) => y = +/- 7; (c) in (b) => z = 8(+/-5)/5 => z = +/-8. Simple substitution is all that is needed.

Abob would be able to find it.

I solved this one using prime decomposition though admittedly I had to assume the solutions would all be integers.

Up to a ± sign there is a unique factorisation of xy = 35 = ±5 x ±7.

Prime decomposition of yz = 56 has ±7 x ±2^3. The number ±7 is then a common factor of xy = 35 and yz = 56. That suggests y = ±7 are possible solutions. That would also mean that we need x = ±5 and z = ±8 to also work out.

To check this could work, we also xz = 40. We need that to equal ±5 x ±8 which it does.

So, x=±5, y=±7, z=±8 solves the simultaneous equations where solutions are either all positive or all negative.

y = 35/x; z = 40/x; yz = 56; substitute the expressions for y and z into the third equation:

yz = 56 = (40/x)(35/x) = 1400/x^2; solve for x:

x^2 = 1400/56 = 25; x = +/– 5; substitute back into the original equations:

y = 35/(+/– 5) = +/– 7; and

z = 40/(+/– 5) = +/– 8. and x, y, and z must be either all positive or all negative.

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A bit of work gives yz/(zx) = 56/40

or y/x = 7/5

again xy = 35 Hereby x^2 = 5^2

case I : x = 5, y = 7 , z= 8

case II : x = -5, y = -7 , z= -8

A nice problem to practice 3 equations and 3 unknowns. Math is practice. I am fast in solving these problems bec i practice it (without cheating). Good video sir.