Curve C has equation y=x^3+x^2-5x+3 there are two points on C where the gradient of the tangent to C is equal to 3. Find the x coordinates of these two points. Can you pls explain it to me clealry! Thank u very much
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Originally Posted by thereddemon Curve C has equation y=x^3+x^2-5x+3 there are two points on C where the gradient of the tangent to C is equal to 3. Find the x coordinates of these two points. Can you pls explain it to me clealry! Thank u very much Take the first derivative and set f'(x) to 3. solve using the difference of two squares: so or
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