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Quadratic function and equation
Skilled2021-06-05Added 91 answers
Given equation y=3x2−4x+1
Gradient of the equation is ddx(3x2−4x+1)
Apply the Sum/Difference Rule: (f+−g)=f+−g' =(ddx)(3x2)−(ddx)(4x)+(ddx)(1)=6x−4
Given gradient is zero. Therefore, 6x-4=0 x=23
At x=0.66666... the gradient of the equation will be zero.
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