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 represents the $(x,y)$ pair (or pairs) that maximizes (or maximize) the value of the objective function $x\cos(y)$, with the added constraint that $x$ lie in the interval $[-5,5]$ (again, the actual maximum value of the expression does not matter). In this case, the solutions are the pairs of the form $(5, 2k\pi)$ and $(−5,​(2k+1)\pi)$,​ where $k$ ranges over all integers. represents the $(x,y)$ pair (or pairs) that maximizes (or maximize) the value of the objective function $x\cos(y)$, with the added constraint that $x$ lie in the interval $[-5,5]$ (again, the actual maximum value of the expression does not matter). In this case, the solutions are the pairs of the form $(5, 2k\pi)$ and $(−5,​(2k+1)\pi)$,​ where $k$ ranges over all integers.
  
-**Arg min** and **arg max** are sometimes also written **argmin** and **argmax**, and stand for argument of the minimum and argument of the maximum.[[http://​btseducation.edu.vn/​du-hoc-he-philippines|du hoc he]]+**Arg min** and **arg max** are sometimes also written **argmin** and **argmax**, and stand for argument of the minimum and argument of the maximum.
  
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