where does the function cut the yintercept f(x) =

+2?

or when I get the f '(x) -9?

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- Dec 10th 2009, 11:16 AMwolfhoundcut the y intercept
where does the function cut the yintercept f(x) =

+2?

or when I get the f '(x) -9? - Dec 10th 2009, 11:17 AMstapel
I've never heard that terminology. I will guess that "cut the y-intercept" means something like "cuts" (or crosses) "the y-axis". If this is correct, then you need to plug zero in for x to find the y-value of the y-intercept. (Wink)

I don't know what you're trying to do with the derivative, so I'm afraid I cannot comment on that. Sorry! (Blush) - Dec 10th 2009, 11:43 AMwolfhound
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- Dec 10th 2009, 02:14 PMwolfhound